75 minutes

June 1, 2021

Meet the Artists: Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert, Courtney Mack, and Mallory Maedke

Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert, Courtney Mack, and Mallory Maedke are reliable, always ready, and unshakeable. What else would you expect from unbeatable midwesterners? You know what they say: you can build them up, you can tear them down, but nothing can stop this fearless threesome from being ready at a moment's notice to jump into platform heels and slay. From auditioning together, living together, and touring together, these hometown Queens can always be counted on to bring 300%. Tune in to this special Meet the Artists triple play – the unbreakable rule of three? That’s Nicole, Courtney, and Mallory!

This conversation will last approximately 60 minutes, followed by a 20-minute audience Q&A session. Audience questions may be submitted throughout the program.

The event will stream live, and viewing is free, but capacity is limited—reserve your spot now!

How to access the event

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Meet the Artists

Meet the Artists is a series of livestreamed conversations with performers, directors, designers, and more, curated to take you inside our flagship series, Broadway at the Ordway. Join Ordway Producing Artistic Director Rod Kaats and have your very own virtual "audience" with the incredible local and national artists who make our Broadway shows so special.

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About the Artists

Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert

Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert made her Twin Cities debut as Anne of Cleves in the Broadway-bound musical SIX. She is a Chicago-based, Afro-Korean American singer, dancer, actress, and educator. Nicole’s favorite theater credits include: SIX on Broadway, Citadel Theater, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and the American Repertory Theater; Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors (Mercury Theater Chicago); Sour Kangaroo in Seussical the Musical (Marriott Theater); Memphis and In the Heights (Porchlight Theater); and Mimi in Rent (Brightside Theater). Nicole has her BA in music education at Roosevelt University, and moved to Chicago from O’Fallon, IL to study music education at the Chicago College of Performing Arts. Nicole is a proud former member of Boom Crack Dance Company and a former teacher at Bell Elementary and Lou Conte Dance.

Courtney Mack

Courtney Mack made her Twin Cities debut in the Broadway-bound musical SIX. Courtney is a New York-based actress, singer, and dancer. Her recent theater credits include: The Citadel Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Ghost: The Musical and Cabaret (Theatre at the Center), Million Dollar Quartet and Mamma Mia! (Paramount Theatre), Heathers: The Musical (Kokandy Productions), Side Show (Porchlight Music Theatre). She received a Jeff Award for her performance in Heathers: The Musical and was also featured in Chris Jones’ Chicago Tribune article: "10 Hot New Faces" of 2016. Courtney is originally from a small town in Wisconsin and came to Chicago to pursue a musical theater degree at Columbia College.

Mallory Maedke

Mallory Maedke made her Twin Cities debut as Jane Seymour in Broadway-bound musical SIX. Her favorite regional credits include Legally Blonde, The Little Mermaid, and Hairspray (Paramount Theatre); Memphis (Porchlight Music Theater); Hair (Mercury Theater); Kristin Chenoweth Concert (Chicago Theater); and Janis Joplin in Beehive (Little Theater on the Square). Mallory was raised in Green Bay, WI and earned her BFA at Columbia College Chicago.