Jenna Lee-James is starring as Elsa in Frozen The Musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Jenna Lee-James (born 1976) is a Scottish singer and actress widely known for her musical theatre performances. Jenna has worked extensively as a leading artist in the West End and on tour in the UK, also as a soloist, internationally on many concert productions and arena tours.
She recently finished touring with Hugh Jackman as his featured vocalist on his World Arena Tour – ‘The Man, The Music, The Show’ and has just relased her debut album ‘on the edge’, recorded at ABBEY ROAD Studio 2.
Jenna will play the role of Elsa, Queen of Arendelle, in Disney’s Frozen The Musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London.
What theatre shows has Jenna Lee-James appeared in?
Jenna has appeared in the following stage shows: Grizabella in Cats European tour, Alternate Donna in Mamma Mia Original UK Tour, Mary in Rod Stewart’s ‘Tonight’s the Night’ UK Tour,
She is currently the only person in the world to have played ALL 3 LEAD ROLES in ‘We Will Rock You’ including Killer Queen on the 10th Anniversary World ARENA tour, she created the role of Becky McDonald in Street of Dreams – The Coronation Street years (MEN Arena Manchester), Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty with Joe Pasquale (Theatre Royal, Nottingham), Created the role of June Child in 20th Century Boy (UK Premiere), The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Adelphi theatre London, Original cast of ‘We Will Rock You’ playing both Meatloaf and Scaramouche (Dominion Theatre), Tiger Lily in Peter Pan (Theatre Royal, Newcastle), Lorraine in Boogie Nights (UK Tour), The title role in Peter Pan (Grand theatre, Swansea), Maisie in The Boyfriend (Glasgow), Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz (Glasgow).
Jenna Lee-James TV performances
On television Jenna Lee-James has appeared in: Max Proms – OmroepMax, Ruth Jones Summer Holiday, Parkinson, Party at the Palace, Party in the Park, Children in Need, Blue Peter, Al Murray’s Happy Hour
Other work includes:
Jenna performed in concert with ‘Take That’ at London’s O2 Arena, Featured performer in ‘Champions of Rock’ – Arena tour, Runner-up in Voice of Musical Theatre 2005, Friday Night is Music Night, broadcast live on BBC Radio 2. She is the voice of a number of children’s characters for leading UK holiday companies, she recorded an album (Viva Verdi) with The New London Chorale, a classical crossover group with many Top Ten hits in Holland.