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   Featured Work   


A New Brain    A Homeless Woman/Lisa  Filmed Production

The Reunion Experience   Vocalist    Creative Endeavors Office


Motown the Musical  Ensemble (Martha Reeves)/Diana Ross U/S   Nat'l Tour (Work Light Productions)


Memphis: The Musical   Featured Ensemble/Felicia U/S

Mason Street Warehouse


In The Heights  Vanessa  Stagecrafters Theatre


Murder Ballad   Narrator  Detroit Public Theatre


Dreamgirls   Lorrell Robinson   Stagecrafters Theatre


Perilous Times    Mary /Ensemble   Music Hall of Detroit/Detroit Opera House/Fisher Theatre/Kings Theatre


Mary Poppins   Mrs. Corry/Ensemble   Stagecrafters Theatre


The Piano Lesson    Grace   Stagecrafters Theatre


Elton John and Tim Rice's 'Aida'    Aida   Stagecrafters Theatre

Staged Performance

Postmodern Jukebox On Deck     Soloist/Ensemble  

RWS Entertainment Group/Holland America Line


Transcendence's Celebration Gala/My Hero 


Transcendence Theatre  



A.M.E.C. WMS Quadrennial 


J.W. Marriot Grand Ballroom, Indianapolis, IN


St. Paul AME Church Christmas Concert 


Hamilton, Bermuda


Remembering Whitney 


Palau de Música, Barcelona, Spain 


Alabama Gospel Choir European Tour    Chorus/Dancer   


"A powerhouse performer. Arielle Crosby is simply, THE TRUTH. We will herald this name for years to come."

-Colman Domingo (Tony Award nominated actor)


Native Detroiter Arielle Crosby has been singing all of her life and performing since the age of 11. It all began with placing first in a city-wide competition and has led to performances across the US and countries around the world. These stages range from Carnegie Hall in New York to Palau de la Música in Barcelona. Her debut as the titular character of "Aida" led to several performances at the acclaimed Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre of Royal Oak, MI. Two of those performances included "Dreamgirls" and "In The Heights", both of which won the BroadwayWorld Regional Award for "Best Musical". Arielle made her professional theatre debut as the Narrator in Detroit Public Theatre's production of the Off-Broadway hit "Murder Ballad" and shortly thereafter made her national tour debut in Motown the Musical. She was last seen on Holland America Line ships with "Postmodern Jukebox On Deck" productions.