SKARLIT is a NYC-based singer/songwriter, actress and dancer. She’s currently focused on her pop performance act, in which she is writing music for her debut album “Letter A.” She is also an aspiring Broadway performer who has performed in musical theatre productions, film and music venues in Connecticut and New York. Those include; 54 Below, Toad’s Place, The West End Lounge, The Westchester Broadway Theatre, The Brookfield Theatre of the Arts, The Ridgefield Playhouse, and many more.
Skarlit graduated in 2016 from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, where she studied musical theater in the integrated performing arts conservatory program. While at AMDA, Scarlett was chosen to perform for AMDA faculty and also was chosen to perform for prospective AMDA students.
Skarlit’s regional theatre credits include the Westchester Broadway Theatre. In 2011, she performed the role of Gertrude in their production of SEUSSICAL for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by The National Youth Theatre.
Skarlit was nominated for Best Leading Actress at the Connecticut High School Musical Theatre Awards for her performance as Eponine in the 2013 Ridgefield High School production of LES MISERABLES. In 2014, she was nominated for Best Leading Actress for the Seven Angels Halo Awards, for her portrayal of Esther Smith in MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, also for Ridgefield High School.
In 2012, Skarlit was chosen for the “Broadway Spotted’s Broadway Bootcamp,” a web reality show created by Broadway Spotted. She received one-on-one instruction from Matt DeAngelis, Daryl Eisenberg, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Morgan James, Ellyn Marie Marsh, Cailin Rose, Brandon Rubendall, Sheri Sanders and Zakiya Young.
In 2013, Scarlett sang with the PIPPIN choir on the track “No Time At All” for the Pippin revival Broadway cast recording.
Skarlit has also appeared in the 2013 independent feature film, For 20, portraying the character, Alice.
In 2014, Skarlit performed alongside Broadway veterans, that included, Rick Hilsabeck, Frank Mastrone, Sarah Pfisterer, Susan Terry and Kirby Ward, for the Wilton Playshop Benefit Gala, entitled, Broadway – Past, Present & Future.
Skarlit has received expert training in all disciplines of the arts. She feels fortunate to have worked with many greats, including Tony Award Winner, Debbie Gravitte, as a featured soloist in her Holiday Spectacular Show at The Ridgefield Playhouse. She has also worked with Deric Rosenblatt, Diana Canova, Ken Davenport, Beau Gravitte, Jeremy Jordan, Tonja Walker and Kirby Ward on perfecting her craft.
Skarlit also believes in giving back, especially to children. She has raised thousands of dollars for charities that include Oprah’s Angel Network, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and The Make-A-Wish foundation.