Devlin, an actress and singer, has appeared on many of San Diego’s major theater stages including  San Diego Rep, North Coast Rep, Lamb’s Players, New Village Arts and Diversionary Theatre. She has written and produced  two one woman shows, most notably “Parianos Drive” as well as co-produced with Vantage Theatre two productions  of “Frankie and Johnny in the Claire De Lune” under the direction of her long time coach D.J. Sullivan.  In 2006 she was accepted to the  Cabaret Conference at Yale University where she studied with New York’s best in cabaret performance art.

Devlin made her New York cabaret debut in 2007 at Helen’s and in 2008 she released her CD “Devlin Live in New York” at Barnes and Noble Lincoln Center.  Recorded live at the Metropolitan Room in New York City, the CD is co-produced by Rick Jensen and Devlin.  In addition to Helen’s and The Metropolitan Room, Devlin has also performed at such Manhattan clubs as Don’t Tell Mama and Birdland as well The Riviera Maya Resort in Cancun Mexico and Billy Reeds in Palm Springs.  Most recently she has performed here in San Diego to rave reviews at Martinis Above Fourth, The Convivio Center and Humphrey’s.

“Devlin really is a new force on the crossover cabaret/jazz scene and well on the way to making waves.” John Hoglund –

“She is a memorable singer adept at jazz and the blues and not afraid to show her rich, emotional soul.” Sandi Durell – Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“Devlin has a big voice, lusty and true.  She’s a fine addition to New York cabaret.” Jan Wallman,

“Devlin Live In New York is a fine introduction to a talented cabaret singer, who traverses the soundscape of Laura Nyro, Amanda McBroom, and Irving Berlin with ease and flair.” Brian Scott Lipton –