|West Side Story||Consuelo||Studio Tenn Theatre Co.|
|Grease!||Betty Rizzo||Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre|
|Much Ado About Nothing||Ursula / Beatrice US||Actors Bridge Society|
|Jekyll & Hyde||Emma Carew||Street Theatre Company|
|Chicago, the Musical||June||Nashville Repertory Theatre|
|Heathers the Musical||Heather Duke||Street Theatre Company|
|Oklahoma!||Ado Annie||Music City Theatre Collective|
|Thoroughly Modern Millie||Millie Dillmount||Belmont University|
|Belmont University||BM in Musical Theatre|
Mallory filmed on set of the TV show, Nashville. The episode wil be airing later in June.
Mallory's choreography can be seen in Street Theatre Company's raw production of PIPPIN June 9-25, 2017.
In the last 18 months, Mallory performed in Spamalot, Jekyll & Hyde, Urinetown, Oklahoma, West Side Story, Chicago; she's choreographed Pippin, Beauty & the Beast, as well as choreographed, directed, and music directed a highly successful production of Seussical, Jr.
Mallory closed the Tennessee premier of HEATHERS THE MUSICAL, in which she played "Heather Duke"--the approval-seeking, bulimic, puppy dog Heather, in September 2015.
In the summer of 2015, Mallory originated the role of "Athena" in Blackbird Theatre Company's world premier of MYTH THE MUSICAL: Olympus Will Fall.
Coming up, Mallory will be choreographing Street Theatre Company's production of BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL, as well as playing in the role of "Lorraine."
In the spring of 2016, Mallory will be appear in the debut of "Showstoppers"--a new company in Nashville, TN. Immediately following the "Showstoppers" show, Mallory will be playing a "Merry Murderess" in Nashville Rep's production of CHICAGO.
Mallory Mundy--like many others--started performing on the stage of her church in Melbourne, FL. At the age of three, she performed a duet of "Silent Night" with her preschool boyfriend, Michael. Shortly after that, she started taking dance classes with Christine Powers (student of Ben Vereen), which boosted her love for performance art. Some years later, she starred in her school's original fourth grade opera, playing the villainous role of Natasha--a bullying big sister. Mallory's love for theatre and art blossomed into one of deep passion, whether onstage, behind the scenes, or cheering on fellow artists from the audience.
After years of attempting to push performance away from her college and life career, she transferred to Belmont University (where she graduated) to pursue her degree in Musical Theatre. Since graduation, Mallory has performed in, choreographed, music directed, and assistant directed various productions throughout the country. Nashville is again home, with her loving husband, Micah, their son, and their fur baby, Mavis.
When not working onstage, Mallory leads group fitness classes and works as a musical theatre teaching artist for various organizations in the Nashville area. She also freelances as a film actress and recording artist, and writes/plays folk music.