Danish Musical Star Louise Fribo


Louise trained at the renowned Bush Davies School in England from a young age.
She trained as triple threat
and her first job was in the cast of CATS in Hamburg.
Already then had she been taught classical singing with emphasis on coloratura,
and she debuted in Denmark at the age of 21 as Cunegonde in Bernstein’s operetta
She is to date the youngest singer to have performed the role six shows a week.

This became her break through and several roles as well as awards followed and
laid the bricksfor her status today as one of the leading ladies on the musical scene in Denmark.

Her biggest achievements both personally and professionally continued with  CATS
in Londons West Endas Demeter and Jemima followed up by Cosette in Les Miserables,
Mabel in Pirates of Penzance, as well as her take on playing Charlie Chaplin in a space cabaret
created by Danish DJ Kenneth Bager.

Her rendition of Jenny Lind in the Stephen Schwartz collaboration of the musical about
Danish writer H.C Andersen presented Louise in a Tour de Force as the ultimate triple threat,
performing every night the iconic roles from Andersensfairytales, opening as Jenny Lind
singing Lucias mad scene from  Donizettis opera  Lucia di Lammermoor - going on into swift
dancing on point as the Princess, singing pop as the Little Mermaid, dancing heavy style jazz
as the Robbergirl in The Snowqueen as well as playingthe Snowqueen herself in the second act.

At the leading musical theatre in Denmark she lately starred as Christine in Love Never Dies,
Carlotta in Phantom of the Opera, Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music as well as The Girl
in Lloyd Webbers one woman Show Tell me on a Sunday.
All of the shows gave Louise some of her best musical theatre reviews as well as two awards.