2017 Upcoming

June 9, 2015     8:00pm

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall

Mabel Mercer Foundation

Merrill debuted at Carnegie Hall performing songs of Alice Faye on this bill paying tribute great singers born in 1915.  Other notable performers born this year include Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and more.

​accompanied by: Bill Zeffiro


March 10-15th     

5 city tour in Washington State

Pirate of Penzance  

New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players (NYGASP)

Merrill reprises the role of one of the wards of the Modern Major General, singing and dancing in this classical British operetta sung in English.



H.M.S. Pinafore 

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

April 23, 2017

Mayo Center for the Performing Arts

Morristown, NJ

April 29-30th 

Danny Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College



May  3-7th 

5 city tour to NJ, PA, VA, and NC

Merrill's first "Pinafore" with NYGASP.  She'll singing and dancing in this classical British operetta sung in English set aboard the "H.M.S. Pinafore" and it's singing sailors.



2015-6 highlights 

The Pirates of Penzance

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Other 2015 performances 

Feb      "Mama Rose's Turn" as June

               Bruno Walter auditorium at 

               Lincoln Center

               Dir. Mark York based on a new

               biography by Carolyn Quinn

May     "The Gondoliers" NY, NY

              NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Sept.     on tour:  "Pirates of Penzance"

             "The Mikado"  

               NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Nov.   "Iolanthe" as Fleta    NY, NY

             NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Dec.     "Pirates of Penzance"   NY,NY

              NY Gilbert & Sullivan Players



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Merrill  Grant




New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

It Was a Very Good Year:

Tribute to Musicians Born in 1915

Let's Call the Whole Thing Off

The Kay Swift Trust       www.kayswift.com 

Music Dir. Aaron Gandy  / Dir. Mark York 

Feb. 12 2016  Lyric Hall New Haven, CT

Feb. 13 2016  Madison Theater, Rockville Center, L.I.

 Merrill starred with Sean Dougherty in this original show, accompanied onstage by Aaron Gandy, singing songs of the famous romantic pair of American composers, George Gershwin and Kay Swift in this fully costumed theatrical presentation.