Born and raised in West Virginia; Emilee Hatfield is thrilled to start a new journey here in Denver! Attending Metropolitan State University of Denver, she is working towards a degree in English and a Theatre Minor. Her favorite shows include, Wicked, Cats, Heathers and The Mystery Of Edwin Drood. She is proud to represent Denver and thankful for this opportunity with BroadwayWorld.com!
After hearing that very line for years, you would think I would have picked up a copy or have listened to A Chorus Line by now. As silly as this sounds I didn't. However I am very thrilled to say that I was happy to have my first experience with this musical be at the Arvada's Center For Performing Art's on it's opening night Tuesday Evening.BWW Review: HEATHERS THE MUSICAL at The Nomad PlayHouse July 18, 2016
We all have endured it at one point or another in high school, the popular kids. Maybe you were one, or maybe you were their prey. But there came a time in all of our lives where we just wanted those who tortured us, teased us, or would gossip about us to just..disappear. But never have we acted on such a thing, however Veronica Swayer can say otherwise. Who doesn't want to hear how, or why she was able to take out the most popular girl at Westerberg High School?BWW Review: The Evergreen Players Presents THE ADDAMS FAMILY July 17, 2016
It is normally becomes a family tradition around All Hallows Eve for many families across America to sit down and witness the strangeness that is The Addams family bring a certain darkness to the world. When we think of this bizarre family we think of the tv series or the movies, but not many would have thought The Addams Family...as...well a musical.BWW Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Vintage Theatre May 11, 2016
Often when we think of the glamour that is Hollywood we think of the money, fame, and perks that come with it currently. But I can remember being a young child and my great grandmother telling me about how things were back in the old days. How glamour meant many other things and how Hollywood was a place that drew everyones attention; but unfortunately not hers. She was not into the glamorous lifestyle, 'They all have two faces, and live two lives.' She would say, but unlike her I found myself drawn into the glamour that was Hollywood while attending a performance of Sunset Boulevard at Vintage Theatre.