Concerts include: Cabaret Performance, Jazz Center of New York; "Live at Metropolitan Room", "Once In A Lifetime"; Live at Metropolitan Room," "Who Can I Turn To?;  Klavierhaus/ Le Parker Meridien" A Sentimental Journey"; "Live at Metropolitan Room, " My Funny Valentine"; "Live at Metropolitan Room,  "Someone to Watch Over Me"; "Willie-Mae Sings Favorite Love Songs at Cobi's"; "Willie-Mae Sings Harold Arlen", Special Request by Rita Arlen;  "Willie-Mae Perry at the Lenox Lounge", (historic Jazz Club);  "Seasons of Love" Live at Saint Peter's Jazz: a blend of drama and song;  Loch Lomond and Love Songs:  Prynhawn da, for the New York Welsh Women;  An Evening with Willie-Mae Perry at Cobi’s Place: Benefit Concert to aid Earthquake and Tsunami victims of Japan; Willie-Mae at Cobi's Place:  Benefit Concert to aid Parkinson's Disease Research;  "Six in the City", with the Cabaret Workshop; A Night at Dillon’s with ASG 

Special Performance credits include:  Guest Vocalist, 180th Anniversary of the Saint David's Society Annual Dinner Dance, Yale Club, NYC; "Billy Harper's 60 Voices"; Open House New York, The Little Church Around The Corner, New York City;  Saul Rubin & Cobi Narita 9/11 Rememberance; "Jazz Center of New York Tribute to Abbey Lincoln"; Episcopal Actors Guild Variety Program at Guild Hall, Frank Owens Vocal Enhancement at Zeb's Place; All Star Tribute to Dakota Staton; 30th Anniversary Gala for Council on Culture and Arts at Flushing Town HallMusical portrayal of Marian Anderson, Manhattan College honoring Jazz History.

Ensemble:  New York City Metro Mass Choir, Performances include: Rose Hall Jazz at Lincoln Center, Good Morning America, The UN, Civic groups.

THEATER:  Elisa, the lead role in the play “What Happened?” at the Lincoln Square Center; Staged reading, "Reflections of Holy Week", a disciple; The Lounge Singer in Musical Production, “Better Than Broadway”, The Fifth Avenue Theater Group.

TELEVISION:  Law and Order:  Tourist,  Law and Order:  Attorney at Courthouse, Cashmere Mafia pilot:  Upscale Dinner Guest.

FILM:  "Doku" a Japanese film: Good samaritan.

HOBBIES:  Public speaking, Creative writing, children's book illustrations. Valid passport.

For bookings email:  wmp411@gmail.com  Type "Booking Request" in Subject Line or call 917-543-0917.

Memberships:  Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), International Women In Jazz (IWJ), Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI). 







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