From the Midwest to the Big Apple, Lauren Frankovich has made NYC her home. Lauren performs regularly with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, most recently in The Mikado at New York City Center. Her other credits with the company include Patience, Iolanthe and covering the role of Constance in The Sorcerer.

Lauren has performed Babes in Toyland with the Little Orchestra Society at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center, Carmina Burana with National Chorale at Avery Fisher Hall, and productions of the Fairy Queen and the Little Sweep with enCANTA Collective. She also performed in a cabaret at Don’t Tell Mama titled “Operatically Speaking" under the direction of Dathan Williams, Parker Scott, and Gerry Geddes.

Lauren consistently works with Essential Voices USA, a choral ensemble directed by Judith Clurman, which performs with the NY Pops at Carnegie Hall. Concerts include “The Best of Lerner & Loewe" featuring Kelli O’Hara and Paulo Szot, “Stephen Sondheim 80th Birthday Celebration", and as a featured ensemble soloist in “Celebrate the Holidays with Brian Stokes Mitchell". Lauren recorded as part of an octet to Jason Robert Brown’s “The Ballot is Stronger Than The Bullet" in Sing out, Mr. President, which streamed on NPR. Lauren also performed in the “Anatomy of Peace" at A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch, a memorial concert at the Juilliard School and in “The Music in my Mind" with soloist Lucie Arnaz at the book signing of the late Marvin Hamlisch’s book, Marvin Makes Music. One of Lauren’s favorite memories with Essential Voices USA was performing with Neil Diamond at the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting in 2011.

With her love of musical theater and opera, her credits range from playing Maria in West Side Story and Baby June in Gypsy to performing Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro and Fortuna in L’incoronazione di Poppea. Previously at the Krannert Center, she performed as Despina in the Act I Finale Sextet of Così fan tutte with the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra. At the University of Illinois, she also had the opportunity to work with the late and world-renowned Jerry Hadley in the chorus of Candide.

In 2012 Lauren made her TV debut on the Biography channel in Celebrity Ghost Stories as Debbie Matenopoulos.