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Quinn Lemley

Quinn Lemley is the star of Burlesque to Broadway and The Star That Built Columbia Pictures Rita Hayworth in The Heat Is On! . Both shows headline first class performing arts centers and casinos. .  In addition to her musical career, she is a dynamic professional speaker. With Paul Horton, Quinn is also the co-producer and director for the hit concerts: Rebel Rebel The Many Lives of David Bowie, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Wall and The Ultimate Queen Celebration starring Marc Martel.

She has been seen on Good Morning America, Oprah and was a Finalist for Shark Tank on ABC.


Off-Broadway Quinn has been seen in the NYC premiere of Israel Horovitz’ Barking Sharks; Sirens Of The Silver Screen; she originated the role of Colette in Born To Rhumba! at the Duo Theatre; LaMar in Wanda and The King of Hair at the Abington Theatre and The Gift of Magic at The York Theater. Broadway workshops include Rita!, Hollywood Goddess and a Turkish tour of David Ives’ Universal Language and most recently From Bach to Broadway at Symphony Space in NYC.  She played a siren in the film The Greatest Ears in Town – The Arif Mardin Story by Hudson River Films with Bette Midler and Norah Jones and the film noir spoof Lucky Stiff; she co-starred in the Sundance winner, Picasso Would Have Made A Glorious Waiter.


Quinn performs her jazz show Sexy, Smokin’ Standards and is thrilled to be “the iconic face” of The Half Note Jazz Club in Athens Greece. Her shows have toured North America, Greece, Switzerland and China.  

Quinn has recorded the following CD's: Sirens, Songs of the Silver Screen, Cocktails With a Twist, Dance or Die, The Heat Is On!, Live! At The Half Note and Burlesque To Broadway. All are available on iTunes.


She is proud to be the brand ambassador for Joseph Ribkoff Couture and MAC Cosmetics. A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.Quinn is proud to be a Distinguished Toastmaster and lives in New York City.




“It isn’t just her drop-dead gorgeous looks and old fashioned Glam appeal: Lemleys crystalline intonation, dancers sense of swing will make even boomers and gen-xers nostalgic for 1946.”



“The Genuine Article: songs sung by a sassy hurricane named Quinn...the lady is HOT!”



“Incorrigible sexiness. Quinn’s flirtatious personality pours through her microphone. Her phrasing swings as easily as it seduces . . . sexy, spicy and irresistible.”



“Exciting! A voice the audience could listen to all night!”



“The A-List. She is so damn hot!”



“Quinn takes you on a trip to the land from which you wont want to return. Her voice is crystal clear, sweet, sexy and full of energy. This lady sizzles!”

-WNTI 91.9 FM


“She's so hot, you start thinking the word SIREN must have been created just for her...”



“She dazzled with her voice and versatility. The beautiful performer has presence, great timing and an enviable future.”

-Ed Condran, Asbury Park Press


“Quinn is without a doubt - a star”

Best of WNY


“A superb voice...graceful and delightful!”



“Quinn Lemley is MORE than a bunch of burly-q bumps and grinds and glittering, sexy costumes. She has an affinity for brassy classics and a winning personality that reaches far, far across the footlights...She not only turns the heat up in Burlesque to Broadway but also winningly DELIVERS THE GOODS!”



“Dazzling! Lemley is a star.  She can sing, dance & crack a joke while seemly performing just for you”


Quinn Let me entertain you
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Quinn Lemley as Rita
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