Originally from San Francisco, Emily firmly believes that Broadway should be relocated to sunny California.
Emily left the West Coast to study and graduate from the University of Cincinnati; College- Conservatory of Music (CCM) with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She is now based in New York City.
Since then she has performed regionally and internationally. She recently closed out the National Tour of "Something Rotten," playing the role of Bea. Emily made her international debut in 2017 in a concert with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra in China, singing the role of Sarah Brown from "Guys and Dolls," among others. She also made her NYC debut in "A Wall Apart," a new musical presented at NYMF. Regionally she has performed at Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Weston Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, and Summer Rep Theatre Festival, playing many favorite roles like Nellie Forbush in "South Pacific," and Sophie in "Mamma Mia." At CCM, Emily played the title role in "Lysistrata Jones," Judy in "A Chorus Line," and was featured in "Carousel" and "110 In The Shade." She also participated in a workshop of "Home Street Home," a new punk musical written by Fat Mike (NOFX), Jeff Marx (Avenue Q), and Soma Snakeoil.
She is represented by Daniel Hoff Agency.
Farmer's markets, handstands, San Francisco, Meryl, avocados, meditation, Wellness Formula, being part of the resistance, river otters, Renoir, yoga, Ann Wilson, heated blankets, body positivity, purple, overweight cats.