This June Emily will be playing Lucy in a staged reading of Nadine Bernard's new play Miss Valentine, which tells Ester Howland's story of the popularization of Valentine's Day in the US.
Along with fellow NYU/Adler grads Abbey Miskowiec and Caterina Nonis, Emily has taken on the challenge of reading all of Shakespeare's plays, one play a week. They'll be documenting their efforts on the blog A Test of Will: Or What You Will. Up first is The Tempest, check it out and vote on which play we read next!
Here's a picture from the final day of shooting, getting some outdoor shots with the NYC skyline in the background.
Emily had her first day of filming today for her Magic Shampoo commercial, which will be running in North Africa next year.
Monday March 18th Emily will be playing Cassius in Theatre East's reading of Julius Caesar. The reading will begin at 7pm at O'Lunney's Time Square Pub (145 W 45th st.), but come at 6 to hang out and have some drinks with the company.
Emily will be playing Jesse in NYU student Stephanie Eugene's project After The Funeral, she films her scene next week.
Theatre East company members collaborated with James Wilson for his photography project "Emotional Landscape Photography". Click on the image below to enlarge Emily's photos, and visit http://wilsonmorris.com to follow the project in its entirety.
MTW's 42nd Street has been nominated for "Best Ensemble" and Michael Borth for "Best Music Direction" by the Los Angeles Critic's Circle! Check out the other nominees: http://tinyurl.com/agro25n
Emily and Haley Traub have begun work on a new series of web shorts entitled Undercooked. Follow the link for our first episode: http://youtu.be/vx_ypdiXtPE
Emily is heading back to NYC at the end of December having recently closed a production of 42nd Street with Musical Theatre West in CA.
If you missed it be sure to check out a collection of video clips and reviews on MTW's site: