D'jamin Bartlett is an American actress.
Born in New York City, she trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and made her professional stage debut in 1971, before appearing in the starmaking role of Petra in A Little Night Music, earning her a Drama Desk Award for Most Promising Newcomer.
Bartlett continued to act and perform in regional and tour productions, though she also set up a music company with her husband.
Since her professional stage debut in Godspell, Bartlett cultivated a lengthy singing career on stage, being spotted and invited to audition for the role of Petra in A Little Night Music, which she originated on Broadway.
Bartlett would make her next Broadway appearance soon after in Boccaccio, after which she performed in smaller productions and tours such as My Fair Lady (in which she played Eliza) and Pippin in 1977.
A Little Night Music (1973)(originated the role)
- Weekend in the Country (contains solo lines)
- The Miller's Son (solo)
2 by 5 (1976)
My Fair Lady (1976)
- Wouldn't it Be Loverly (contains solo lines)
- Just You Wait (solo)
- The Rain in Spain (contains solo lines)
- I Could Have Danced All Night (contains solo lines)
- Just You Wait (reprise)(solo)
- Show Me (duet)
- The Flower Market/Wouldn't it Be Loverly (reprise)(contains solo lines)
- Without You (duet)
- Spread a Little Sunshine (contains solo lines)
- Finale: Magic Shows and Miracles
- Don't Tell Me (contains solo lines)
- Mein Herr (solo)
- Perfectly Marvellous (duet)
- Maybe This Time (solo)
- Cabaret (solo)
- Finale Ultimo (contains solo lines)
Pal Joey (1983)
- Zip (solo)