BWW Interviews: Just in Time For Her Sound of Music Opening, EMILY WEBB Tackles The Friday Five
Inspired by BroadwayWorld.com's Friday Six, welcome to Nashville.BroadwayWorld.com's latest installment of The Friday Five: five questions designed to help you learn more about the talented people you'll find on stages in the Volunteer State.
Today's spotlight falls upon Emily Webb, who opened last night as Sister Sophia in Studio Tenn's production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music at The Franklin Theatre, where it runs through June 17. Find out more about Emily (who has been working as a session singer in Nashville since the very young age of 12!) as she tackles today's Friday Five and learn what makes this busy mom/career woman/actress tick…
What was your first "live onstage" taste of theater? A Christmas Carol at Pull-Tight, 1980-something. I was Belinda.
What is your favorite pre-show ritual? Running lines in various crazy accents
What's your most memorable "the show must go on" moment? Walking onstage closing night as Lady Larken in Once Upon a Mattress (Circle Players, 2009) wearing my wedding rings. Sir Harry (Dave Williams) met me at center stage, took my hands, looked at them and raised his eyebrows. I had to make it through "In a Little While" (singing about how we needed to get married) without laughing before I could get off stage and take them off.
What's your dream role? Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing; The Baker's Wife in Into the Woods.
Who's your theatrical crush? The Nashville theater community.