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About Desi

Desireé is the ultimate triple threat! She's a badass actor, dancer, and singer who has graced the stage from Broadway to the Japan. You may have caught her rocking the role of Mary Delgado in the mind-blowing musical JERSEY BOYS at the Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA.

Her love for dancing ignited at the young age of 4, when she hit the dance floor with her awesome mom, Kristi, in sunny Orange County, CA. The Big Apple beckoned, and she strutted her stuff at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, not only as a student but also as a teacher. Talk about being a total boss!

Desireé's star power shines bright with a list of credits that will blow your mind. She brought the house down as Anita in the revival of WEST SIDE STORY on Broadway and took her killer moves on an international tour with the same production. She's also wowed audiences as Velma in CHICAGO at the Village Theatre in Seattle and as Erma in ANYTHING GOES at GoodSpeed. But that's not all! She's played iconic characters like Sally Bowles in CABARET and Tiger Lily in PETER PAN, proving she's the most versatile chick in town.

But wait, there's more! Desireé and her hunky hubby Nicolas Dromard have created their own two-person show called Nic + Desi: Song, Dance, and Romance. Head to to find out more!

Desireé isn't just a stage superstar, she's also made her mark on the small and big screens. You may have spotted her busting killer moves as a Featured Dancer on the epic TV series GLEE or strutting her stuff in the recent film adaptation of ANNIE. She's a true force to be reckoned with!

With her incredible talent, fierce dedication, and undeniable coolness, Desireé continues to rock the world of performing arts, leaving audiences in awe wherever she goes.


Desi as Tiger Lily in PETER PAN at Sacramento Music Circus.

Desi as Anita in WEST SIDE STORY at Lyric Theatre Oklahoma.

Desi as Velma Kelly in CHICAGO the Musical at The Village Theatre in Seattle, WA.

Desi as Mary Delgado in JERSEY BOYS at The Fulton Theatre in Lancaster, PA.

Desi as Erma in ANYTHING GOES at Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT.

"The regrets of yesterday and the fear of tomorrow can kill you. "

- Liza Minnelli

Desi as Sally Bowles and her husband Nic in CABARET at Music Theater of Connecticut.

South side of The Rynne Tower, 2021

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You almost don’t know where to look but let me pause here to tell here to tell you that if Velma Kelly is on stage, look in her direction.

Kelly is played by Desiree Davar. It’s cheesy to say that the stage could not contain this woman but Davar used every inch and then leapt up on a table or a chair to add surface. This woman could kick so high and with such snap it was hard to believe she wasn’t dislocating something. Her upper body is so sculpted that she looks like she does pull-ups for a hobby.

In one particularly marvelous number, Davar appears to be translating Egyptian hieroglyphics with her upper body and arms. What she produces is so precise and so well executed that you can’t turn your eyes away.

-Theresa Goffredo Herald Net

What “They” Are Saying

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But the performer most likely to capture your heart is Desireé Davar. She plays the feisty Puerto Rican beauty Anita with a mix of impressive muscular strength, and an immigrant’s steely determination to succeed – a powerful and attractive blend. And immigration, of course, is now a hot political issue.

​-Jeff Hudson Capital Public Radio

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"In the plum role of Sally Bowles, Desiree Davar offers a robust, free-spirited, kinky portrayal of the Kit Kat Klub's naughty, promiscious singer and party girl, which she plays and sings with gleeful, unpredictible, celebrated abandon. But when she drops her guard, most noticeably in Act II, we see a very frightened woman, who, despite illusions of grandeur, is very aware of what is happening around her and how she may (and can) be swallowed up whole."

-Jim Ruocco, "From The Desk of Jim R, Take 2"

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​​​Desiree Davar stands out as a fabulous dancer and wonderfully sincere and sensual Anita, Maria’s best friend and Bernardo’s girlfriend.

-​Erika Sasseville Twin Cities

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The opening scene of Act Two, in which Peter, Wendy, the Boys and Indians join Tiger Lily (an indefatigable Desiree Davar) in the song “Ugg-a-Wugg” is the most impressive element of a very impressive show. Tiger Lily and Peter perform an invigorating drum duet, accompanied by the others banging drumsticks on the floor and other objects. It’s so full of energy and executed so perfectly that, on opening night Tuesday, it brought the house down — or rather, up on its feet for a standing ovation.

-Jim Carnes Sacramento Press​




August 9th

B Street Theatre

Sacramento, CA

September 8th

Banning, CA

September 23

Cape May, NJ

October 24

35th Annual Cabaret Convention (Rose Hall, Lincoln Center)


123 Anywhere St., Any City

State, Country 12345


October 26

Green Room 42





(123) 456 7890

January 6

Sun City Palm Desert

Palm Desert, CA

February 7

Sapphire Room

Boise, ID

February 8

Four Rivers Cultural Center

Ontario, OR

February 14

First Presbyterian Church

Naples, FL

March 12

Huntington Pointe

Del Ray Beach, FL

June 28

Palmia Club

Mission Viejo, CA

July 24

Muckenthaler Cultural Center

Fullerton, CA

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