Stage Credits


Selected Musical Theatre

Les Belles Soeurs Angeline Segal Centre, Montreal, René-Richard Cyr
The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! Abby Toronto Fringe, Vinetta Strombergs
The Light Gets In Bernadette Magnus Theatre, Bryden MacDonald
The Giant’s Garden Winter Toronto Fringe, Scott White
Les Belles Soeurs Angeline Theatre 20, René-Richard Cyr
Fire! Singer/Musician CanStage/Citadel, James MacDonald
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas Mrs. Snoring Man Sony Centre, Toronto, Walter Bobby
ArtHouse Cabaret Featured Vocalist Buddies in Bad Times, David Oiye/
Jim LeFrancois
When We Were Singing Belinda
National Arts Centre, Roy Surette
Joseph & the Technicolor Dreamcoat Narrator
St. Lawrence Stage Co., Al Fufaro
Shaking the Foundations Ensemble
Buddies in Bad Times, B MacDonald
*Dora Award, Outstanding Principal Performer, Toronto
Beauty and the Beast Mrs. Potts u/s
American Nat’l Tour, Disney Theatrical
The House of Martin Guerre Suzanne
Canadian Stage, David Petrarca
Beauty and the Beast Mrs. Potts u/s
Toronto, Disney Theatrical
When We Were Singing Belinda
Touchstone Theatre, Roy Surette
*Jessie Award, Outstanding Ensemble Cast, Vancouver
Les Miserables Ensemble
Mirvish Prods., R. Jay-Alexander
(Canadian national tour & Royal Alexandra, Toronto)
Fire! Musician / Shelley Grant
CanStage/Passe Muraille, B. Richmond

Selected Theatre

Romeo and Juliet Nurse
Theatre by the Bay, Mark Wilson
The Diary of Anne Frank Mrs. Frank
Carousel Theatre, Elizabeth Ball
Elvis and Mavis Mavis
Springrites / New Play Centre, K. Selody
*Jessie Award Nomination: Outstanding Performer, Vancouver

Film and Television

Shaking the Foundations Lead
TVO, Brian Murphy


Singing Mezzo-Soprano; keyboards; guitar (A&E), autoharp, ukelele, washboard
Dialects Cockney, high British, Spanish, Northern European, Brooklyn, Newfoundland, Southern USA, Australian

Paula Wolfson belts the f— out of everything and shakes the house down at every turn. Click here for more

– Mooney on theatre, Toronto

Didn’t want to single her out in capsule review, but Wolfson BLEW THE ROOF OFF.”.

– Glenn Sumi, July 2013

The sassy, brassy Wolfson has awesome pipes, and is as good an actor (and comic) as she is a singer.”

– Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine – Ten Artists To Watch, Toronto

Paula Wolfson, (is) wonderful as a succession of older-woman advice-dispensers called Abbie (hear her nihilistic gloss on Climb Ev’ry Mountain) who finally gets her own Jerry Herman vehicle called, naturally, Dear Abbie. .”

– Robert Cushman, National Post, Toronto

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE: PAULA WOLFSON as Winter delivers the totally cool show stopper, Winter’s Here”.

– Now Magazine, July 2011

There’s only pleasure in the work of PAULA WOLFSON, a mega-watt talent…”

– Jon Kaplan, Now Magazine

PAULA WOLFSON’s work as Belinda is breathtaking. She has a huge range and full palette of vocal colours…capable of a joyous brassiness that would be the envy of any pop star”

– Georgia Straight, Vancouver

PAULA WOLFSON has a lush, friendly voice that welcomes you into the music…”

– Kate Taylor, Globe and Mail, Toronto

PAULA WOLFSON isn’t afraid…her full-throated emotional singing is one of the
evening’s joys…”

– Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star, Toronto

Grade B Movie is put over with hilariously lampooned humour by PAULA WOLFSON, a magnetic performer who startlingly resembles a young Annie Ross, in her wry, tart pervasive good humour; in her rhythmic sense; in her range, hich goes from pealing highs to rocking lows…”

– Robert Cushman, National Post, Toronto