Emily Perzan

Emily Perzan Emily is a graduate from the University of Hartford, the HARTT Conservatory with a B.F.A. in musical theater. A native of Connecticut, Emily has spent the past six years in Austin, Texas studying, performing and teaching. With over twenty five years in the theater and dance business, the stage is her second home. Emily moved to Austin to pursue a second degree in American Sign Language. Expanding not just her knowledge, but opening doors to more communities around our country. Emily is passionate about arts for all ages and backgrounds and is a firm believer in arts and access for all. Performing onstage, teaching or perfecting her skills is truly her one true love.


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BWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Vocally Soars in AustinBWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Vocally Soars in Austin
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BWW Review: ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID: A Hilarious Trip Down the AisleBWW Review: ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID: A Hilarious Trip Down the Aisle
April 25, 2017

Always a Bridesmaid is now running at the newly renovated Palace Playhouse in Georgetown,Texas through May 14th. This play is a comical journey of four friends and their high school promise to always be in each other's weddings, no matter how many times. At first glance the play reads like a chick flick movie adapted for the stage, but it was the actors' abilities that illustrated a genuine friendship and their love for each other that made this show more than a stage adaptation. With a cast of six women, Always a Bridesmaid has a simple set and stereotypical characters, but this version gives the actors the freedom to find their bond on stage.

BWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Vocally Soars in AustinBWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Vocally Soars in Austin
April 24, 2017

Now playing at the Bass Concert Hall through April 30th, is the 1986 classic Phantom of the Opera. This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, still running on Broadway as the longest running show in Broadway's history, has you humming as you leave the theater. Although many people criticize Andrew Lloyd Webber for his repetitive melodies, it is the magic of his music that will keep you singing a song or two and memorably reliving his orchestrations.