Phylicia Pearl

Phylicia Pearl hails from Silver Spring, Maryland and is the proud daughter of Congolese immigrants. She graduated from Elon University in 2015 with a BFA in Musical Theatre. The week before she graduated college, she learned she would be joining the national tour of Disney's "The Lion King," and since then, life has been a dream. She has always known she wanted to entertain others and she could make any situation a better if she always tried to find the funny. She has performed in other shows as the Seasons of Love Soloist in RENT, Minnie/Angela in Parade, and The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods. She knows her dream of Broadway is just around the corner.

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Phylicia Pearl hails from Silver Spring, Maryland and is the proud daughter of Congolese immigrants. She graduated from Elon University in 2015 with a BFA in Musical Theatre. The week before she graduated college, she learned she would be joining the national tour of Disney's "The Lion King," and since then, life has been a dream. She has always known she wanted to entertain others and she could make any situation a better if she always tried to find the funny. She has performed in other shows as the Seasons of Love Soloist in RENT, Minnie/Angela in Parade, and The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods. She knows her dream of Broadway is just around the corner. Phylicia is also a budding screenwriter. At a young age, she began writing about her day-to-day life, being sure to make it a little more interesting. She then wrote about the life she wished she had. Which led to her writing about different characters she wanted to play. After working for Oops Doughnuts Productions in Los Angeles, her interest in writing became a passion. She is currently working on “The Swings,” a comedy that showcases the daily life of being a swing in a Broadway show, as well as developing other pilots including “The Key to Phy,” based on her own life. She is inspired by other women telling their own stories and wants to continue telling her own. She encourages people to tell their own truth as well because everyone’s story, no matter what background, is worth telling.