UPCOMING 7/25/2020: Emmy is playing 'The Architect/Sorshala' in an upcoming new virtual musical production - Off the Beaten Path, directed by recent SDSU Musical Theatre MFA Graduate Eden Hildebrand. #OBPmusical is a multi-platform choose your own adventure style fantasy musical that pays homage to all of the major fantasy franchises. With over 25 possible variations of the show, there is almost no possible way that you’ll be able to watch the same show twice!
Virtual (Zoom) Performance is on Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 6 pm PST. Info/RSVP: https://www.obpmusical.com/ Stay tuned for updates. Social Media Links: FACEBOOK" https://www.facebook.com/groups/442951649873813/
Emmy graduated from San Diego State University (virtual commencement ceremony) with her Bachelor of Arts Degree on May 16, 2020. Major: Theatre Arts Performance:(Acting/Musical Theatre) and Minor: Gerontology.
Emmy performed in the 'virtual' SDSU's 'Revolution Awaits' Patchwork Theatre Festival in an original 10-minute play - 'You Don't Define Me' on Sunday, May 10, 2020. She played the role of Mira.
Emmy performed in a Theatre Repertory Ensemble at the Graduate Recital for SDSU School of Music Masters Student Erika Gamez, (for Erika's partial fulfillment of a Master of Music in Wind Conducting) on Friday, March 13, 2020 at SDSU. There were excerpts from: Hunchback of Notre Dame, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Hamilton and Wicked.
Emmy played Lynne Lacey Lewis in a cast recording of 'Til Death Do Us Part at SDSU March 12, 2020 at the Don Powell Theatre. Music and Lyrics by Bobby Cronin, Book by Caroline Prugh. Directed by Stephen Brotebeck.
Emmy played 'Libby', a Navy corpsman in the short film 'Life After Oblivion', for the San Diego Film Consortium 'Armed Forces Film Challenge'. Stay tuned for updates on screenings.
Emmy performed in a back up chorus (one of 12 SDSU graduate and undergraduate students) with the legendary Irish Folk band The Chieftains on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego.
Emmy played 'Grace' in a staged reading of Modern (book and lyrics by Selda Sahin; Music by Derek Gregor) at SDSU on January 31 at 3:30 pm at the Experimental Theatre. Modern is Directed by Shane Mims with Musical Direction by Richard Morrison (both MFA Musical Theatre Students). More info at:
Emmy participated in a panel discussion for a musical theatre dance class and was vocally coached in a master class at the Musical Theatre Educators Association Conference at SDSU, January, 2020
Emmy was featured as 1st Customer/Ensemble in SDSU's Fall production of "She Loves Me", December 4-8, 2019.
Emmy recently performed as an Acolyte in the New West Evolving Arts and Music Organization of El Colibri Magico
(The Magic Hummingbird) - A California Story on October 13th at Smith Recital Hall, SDSU. Music & Lyrics Joseph Martin Waters, Book by Joseph Martin Waters, Michael Gillis & Gustavo Alcoser, Directed and Choreographed by Lauren Haughton Conducted and Music Directed by Richard Morrison and Music Directed by Sonya Schummann.
Emmy is past President of the Musical Theatre Club at San Diego State University
Emmy performed as an Oz-Some Player at the 2019 San Diego Fair in Del Mar, CA
Emmy played "Spider" in SDSU's Spring, 2019 production of "James and the Giant Peach"
Emmy's SDSU International Studies included her performance as a Kit Kat Girl in Cabaret at the Trentino Music Festival in Mezzano Italy, Summer 2018 through Music Academy International.
Emmy was a Nominee, Best Actress, Ben Vereen Awards as "The Chaperone" in "The Drowsy Chaperone" May, 2016 (Canyon Crest Academy)
Winner- Outstanding Leading Actress in Musical; National Youth Arts Awards; as "The Chaperone" in "The Drowsy Chaperone", June, 2016
Recipient, Envision Theatre Award; Canyon Crest Academy, June, 2016