Actress - Singer - Dancer
Lorinne is the voice of Velma in the Chicago casino game!
Lorinne can be seen as Petra in an encore online screening of "Petra and Wolfie," including footage from last year's live concert performance at the Brooklyn Museum and newly recorded material. (Photo by Anna Rathkopf.)
Lorinne is Petra in "Petra and Wolfie," a lighthearted modern retelling of "Peter and the Wolf."
Lorinne played Fraulein Kost in "Cabaret" at Gallery Players in Brooklyn! (Photo by Alice Teeple.)
See more photos and read more about the production in Downtown magazine.
Lorinne appeared as the Jester in "Once Upon a Mattress" at Gallery Players in Brooklyn!
Lorinne danced the tango and sang Gershwin in "Haunted!" at the Brooklyn Museum!
Lorinne was "deliciously bitchy" as Georgette in the Gallery Players' December production of "It Shoulda Been You."
Lorinne appeared as Nurse Ruby Sue in a reading of "Four Old Broads," produced by Playhouse Creatures, at the Cherry Lane Studio.
Lorinne finished a run as Mrs. Lovett in Theater 2020's production of "Sweeney Todd." Broadway World says "Lorinne Lampert as Mrs. Lovett was phenomenal ... she was made for the role!"
Lorinne played Tessie Tura and Miss Cratchitt in Gallery Players' production of Gypsy in Brooklyn, opening their 50th anniversary season! Hear her talk about her fabulous Bob Mackie costume in this segment of NY1's "On Stage" with Frank DiLella.
Lorinne appeared as Desiree Armfeldt in Theater 2020's production of "A Little Night Music".
Lorinne starred as one of the three featured divas in
"Lorinne Lampert is perfect [as]
"Lorinne Lampert is superb" as Rona Lisa Peretti
in Merry-Go-Round Playhouse's production of "The 25th
Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"!
"The Drowsy Chaperone" wins four Innovative Theatre Awards,
including Outstanding Ensemble Cast and
Outstanding Production of a Musical!
"Lorinne Lampert is elegant, wicked, and witty"
in the Gallery Players' production of "The Drowsy Chaperone"!
Check out recent variety performance pictures here!
But what about Lorinne's alter ego, Uke-Lola?
Trav S.D. calls Lorinne
And just when you thought it was finished...
Check out this review from her performance as
"In the comic role of Coochie, Lorinne Lampert gets the most laughs in the show. She sings her songs well, is always fun to watch and reminded me of Broadway actress Karen Ziemba. She is likable...whenever she was on stage, you could count on her to get the audience to laugh."
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Lorinne is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association
More reviews if you've read down this far
"A totally magnetic stage presence." -- Trav S.D., author of "No Applause, Just Throw Money - the Book that Made Vaudeville Famous"
"...steals every moment she is onstage..." -- Jena Tesse Fox, broadwayworld.com
"...stops the show..." -- Robert Guenthner, theatremirror.com
"Oh, she was terrific." -- Bea Arthur