April 27, 28 & 29, 2017

Lucy is getting back to her choral roots! The Minnesota Valley Men’s and Women’s Chorales, under the direction of Steven O. Boehlke and Judy Sagen, will be presenting their spring concert, “Americana”, April 27, 28 and 29, 2017 at 7:30 pm at Grace Lutheran Church in Apple Valley. This concert will feature all American music including Folk, Broadway, Jazz, Swing, Early American Hymns and Gospel. The concert will conclude with a special finale, including A Salute to the Armed Forces and God Bless America. Discounted $5 tickets will be available for active service members and veterans. Tickets are available online at MVWCsings.org and will also be available at the door. There is no reserved seating.

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December 9 & 10, 2016

Lucy heads back to one of her favorite locales, Vermont, to perform in the 11th annual Broadway Direct benefit concert, The Music of Rodgers & Hammerstein. Led by Bill Carmichael and featuring Kathryn Markey, David Rossetti, local students Caitlin Walsh, Jonny Barden, and Stella Pappas, with Scott Nicholas on the piano, the musical revue played sold out houses at the Vergennes Opera House and Saint Michael's Playhouse.

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December 2015

Sing We Joyous All Together! -- Lucy brought festive cheer and many fa-la-la-la-las to homes around the holidays as a private party vocalist.

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December 7, 2014

Lucy will be singing back-up vocals to a bevy of dazzling performers at SPARKLE: An All-Star Holiday Concert in NYC, hosted by Scott Nevins. Click HERE for tickets to this sure-to-be fabulous and festive event. The show will benefit The Actors Fund.

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June 9, 2014

Lucy performs in the Irish Repertory Theatre 2014 Gala, The Spectacular Songs of Lerner and Loewe at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Directed by Charlotte Moore with musical direction by John Bell. For more information, click HERE.

 

May 8, 2014

Lucy is in the recording studio for the Joy Son (music) and Alan Gordon (book & lyrics) new musical, Central Park Dreams.

 

June 26, 2013

Lucy sings a new piece by Matt Patrick Walsh and Jordan Shavarebi as part of "JWS sings BMI" at 54 Below.  11:00pm.  No cover, $20 minimum.  Creative minds unite! Jen Waldman Studio's fiercely talented performing artists collaborate with BMI's next generation of musical theatre writers to offer an evening of fun, fearless, NEW and ORIGINAL work!

 

May 16, 2013

Another round of Einstein & the Roosevelts, a musical fantasy by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford.

 

May 6, 2013

Lucy joins a starry line up in Prospect Theater Company’s Annual Benefit, Spring Soirée.  Battery Gardens, Harbor View Room, 6pm-10pm.  For more information, click HERE.

 

February 28, 2013

Lucy revisits the Nancy Ford/Gretchen Cryer musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts, singing the role of Eleanor.

 

December 14, 2012

Shhh! Recording in progress!  Lucy records the music of David Mallamud and Josh Cohen for a demo of an upcoming musical.

 

July 31, 2012

Lucy records a handful of demo tracks for an in-the-works musical by Robert Maggio & Amy Buchwald.  More to come about this special new piece in the near future.

 

June 19-30, 2012

Lucy will be getting “back in the habit” at St. Michael's Playhouse, along with Danielle Kelsey, Abby Lee, Kathryn Markey, and Amanda Ryan Paige in the Off-Broadway musical, Nunsense.  Directed & choreographed by Keith Andrews, musical direction by Nate Venet. Ticket information HERE.

 

March 26, 2012

Lucy gets to have fun singing some tunes from the Kay Swift musical Fine & Dandy complete with lively & exciting new orchestra arrangements.  She even gets to “play” the siren whistle!

 

December 12, 2011
Lucy will be “Getting Through The Holidays” with Zach James and friends Eddie Cooper, Val Fagan, Karla Faggard, Jackie Hoffman, Jasmin Norwood, Bertha Mason, Martin Sola & Cindy Sunday with Jonathan Rose at the piano. The evening is part of the Broadway at Birdland Concert Series. Doors open at 6pm with the show starting at 7pm (Birdland NYC, 315 West 44th Street). More information HERE and HERE.

 

December 3 & 4, 2011
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...to sing showtunes! For the third season, Lucy ventures up to Vergennes & Burlington, Vermont to perform classic Broadway showstoppers as well as songs that celebrate the season with a line-up that also includes Vermont favorites Bill Carmichael, Kathryn Markey, and Craig Wells; accompanied by pianist Scott Nicholas. Ticket information for the Saturday show at Saint Michael's Playhouse can be found 
HERE. For Sunday's show in Vergennes, find additional information on how to purchase tickets HERE.

 

September 5, 2011
Lucy is back recording: this time a cabaret piece by David Mallamud & Jared Eberlein.

 

August 3-13, 2011

Lucy couldn't be more excited to be back at St. Michael's Playhouse to rock some 4 part harmonies in The Marvelous Wonderettes as "Missy" along with Samantha B. Northart, Amanda Ryan Paige & Michele Scully. Directed by Keith Andrews with musical direction by Nate Venet.

 

July 18, 2011

Lucy will revisit some fine and dandy Kay Swift material in celebration of Warner/Chappell's upcoming release of the Kay Swift Songbook.

 

May 2011

Lucy lends her voice to a demo recording of the new musical, North and South (Richard Maltby/Charles Strouse).

 

April 1, 2011

Lucy will join other Prospect Theater Company veterans Jason Collins, Victoria Huston-Elem, Jaygee Macapugay, Liz Power, Doug Shapiro, Robby Sharpe, and a TBA special guest in a one night only concert presentation of LONELY RHYMES. Directed by Cara Reichel and produced by Julie Miller. Stage management is by Kat West. Composer/lyricist Peter Mills will be at the piano as well as musicians Dennis Michael Keefe and John Herin. Friday, April 1st at 9:30 PM at the Laurie Beechman Room.

For more information and tickets, go to https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/163260


December 11,2010

Lucy heads back up to Vergennes, Vermont to perform in the 5th year of "Broadway Direct" along with Brian Golub, Kelly Rypkema, Scott Nicholas on piano and hosted by Bill Carmichael. The show will feature songs of the season and as always, proceeds will go to benefit the historical Vergennes Opera House


July 27-August 7, 2010
Lucy is thrilled once again to be performing at St. Michael's Playhouse in Colchester, Vermont where she will be crooning tunes of the legendary singer Patsy Cline in Always...Patsy Cline directed by Keith Andrews. More info to come!

 

June 7, 2010
Lucy recreates her role as Eleanor Roosevelt in an edited version of Nancy Ford & Gretchen Cryer's musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts to be performed at the newly renovated Roosevelt House in NYC. More details to follow...

 

April 13, 2010
Lucy joins Camp Broadway in celebrating their 15th anniversary with STAGE STRUCK - 7:30pm at Peter Norton Symphony Space. Performances by: Aubrey Bettencourt, Hadley Cronk, Natalie Douglas, Alison Fraser, Joshua Isaacs, Canedy Knowles, Amy Linden, Kevin Michael Murphy, Matt Rossi, Pearl Sun, Michael Winther, & of course, The Camp Broadway Kids! Original songs by Andrew Lippa & Bill Schermerhorn • Dan Collins &  Julianne Wick Davis • Karlan Judd & Gordon Leary • Ryan Cunningham & Josh Salzman • Sugarjuice (Maggie-Kate Coleman & Sean Mahoney) • Will Aronson & Bill Nelson • Amy Burgess & Gena Oppenheim • Rob Hartmann

 

April 7, 2010
Lucy joins a fine (and dandy) company in a reading of the Kay Swift and Paul James musical comedy, Fine & Dandy, at the Cosmopolitan Club. Revised book by
Jimmy Ray Bennett.

 

April 1, 2010
As part of a 16 member ensemble, Lucy records the 1934 Broadway revue Life Begins at 8:40 (music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Ira Gershwin & Yip Harburg) to be released on PS Classics, made possible by The Ira and Leonore Gershwin Trust for the benefit of The Library of Congress. Principle cast includes Kate Baldwin, Philip Chaffin, Christopher Fitzgerald, Montego Glover, Rebecca Luker, Brad Oscar, Faith Prince, Graham Rowat and Jessica Stone all conducted by Aaron Gandy.

 

January 25, 2010
Come see Lucy in Made in Australia: Music & Lyrics from Down Under. Australia’s best and brightest musical theatre composers will have their work performed in New York in a very special Australia Day concert at The Triad.
The concert will feature the work of composers Dean Bryant & Matthew Frank (Prodigal, The York Theatre; Virgins, NYMF), James Millar & Peter Rutherford (The Hatpin, NYMF), Carmel Dean (…Spelling Bee, American Idiot), and Anna Jacobs (Pop!, Yale Rep) as well as rising stars Anthony Costanzo and Matthew Robinson. Additional performances by Carey Anderson, Casey Erin Clark, Chris Dilley, Sharone Halevy, Liz Larsen, Mary-Catherine McDonald, Sarah McLellan, James Millar, Kate Wetherhead, Sally Wilfert, Michael Winther, Cortney Wolfson, Tim Wright and Josh Young. For tickets and information visit www.triadnyc.com or call
(212) 362–2590.
THE TRIAD is located at 158 West 72nd St, New York, NY. Tickets are $15 plus a two-drink minimum.

 

December 10, 2009
Lucy participates in a developmental CAP21 round table reading of a new musical about the opening of Ellis Island and the immigrants who arrived through it by Scott Davis & Bill Daugherty.

 

November 6, 2009
Lucy is involved in a table read of Dana & Jon Goldstein's Liberty, the Musical

October 21, 2009
Lucy records Scott Davis's solo, Sail On.

 

October 17, 2009
As part of Columbia County's ArtsWalk in Hudson, New York, Lucy performs in Kate McLeod and Rob Hartmann's car-themed piece, Motorheads.  Renee Bergeron, Liv Cummins, and Brooke Davis complete the Motorheads cast. More information at: http://www.artscolumbia.org/artswalk09_schedule.html

 

Fall 2009
Lucy continues recording the music of David Mallamud for various upcoming projects.

 

September 26, 2009
Broadway Direct - Lucy joins Bill Carmichael, Brian Golub, and Abby Lee in performing musical theater classics at the historic Vergennes Opera House in Vergennes, Vermont. Tickets on sale August 26th. Visit http://www.vergennesoperahouse.org/home/

 

July 14 - August 8, 2009
Lucy happily returns to one of her favorite theaters and locales - Saint Michael's Playhouse in beautiful Colchester, Vermont for two shows this summer: Alan Ayckboum's How the Other Half Loves, playing July 14-25, (joined by Bill Carmichael, Sarah Carleton, John Patrick Hayden, Michele Scully, and Craig Maravich, directed by John Going) and a feel good musical comprised of Neil Sedaka hits, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, July 28-August 8, (with Thomas Cannizzaro, Bill Carmichael, Brian Golub, Michele Scully, and Kathryn Markey, directed & choreographed by Keith Andrews and musical direction by Nate Patten).


Spring 2009
Lucy lends her voice to the character of Eleanor Roosevelt in the continual development of Nancy Ford and Gretchen Cryer's musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts.


April 5, 2009
Lucy performs in MAKAI's Mix Tape (for your journey eastward): The Music of Brett Macias, 8pm at the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Black Box - 113 2nd Ave. Also featuring:  Randy Blair, Molly Hager, Matthew Hydzik, Jesse Lawder, Tommy Newman, Jennifer Colby Talton, Mariand Torres, Jeff Washburn, and Heather Matarazzo with direction by Terry Berliner and musical direction by Micah Young. MAKAI's Mix Tape is part of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program's Songbook series.


February 9, 2009
For one night only Lucy will join fellow Prospect Theater veterans Brandon Andrus, Piper Goodeve, Kevin Haden, Michelle Pruiett, and Robby Sharpe for a fundraiser cabaret, S.O.N.G. TEAM, at the West End Theatre (263 W. 86th Street) at 8pm.  Please come and support a great theater company for a fun night of songs! ALL SEATS ONLY $15! Tickets: 212-352-3101 or https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/639395/prm/LUCY


November 10, 2008
Lucy reprises her role as Lydia in a staged reading of Pride & Prejudice, the Musical based on the novel by Jane Austen.  Book, music and lyrics by Lawrence Rush with direction by Mary Catherine Burke and musical direction by Matt Castle. The reading will be held at the McGinn/Cazale Theater featuring Jessica Rush, Ron Bohmer, Nora Mae Lyng, Gordon Stanley, Allison Spratt, Billy Wheelan, Lucy Sorensen, Brian Norris, Gretchen Goldsworthy, Catherine Carpenter Cox, Rita Markova, Susan Lewis, Adam Halpin, Joan Porter, Bill Bateman, Matthew Deming, Doug Shapiro, Amanda Johnson, and Mary Workman.

www.prideandprejudice-themusical.com


September 23 - October 4, 2008
Lucy has been cast in CYCLONE (and the Pig-Faced Lady), a Next Link Selection in the New York Musical Theatre Conference. Book and lyrics by Dana Leslie Goldstein, music by Rima Fand, and directed by Elysa Marden. The talented cast consists of Jodie Bentley, Amber Carson, Caleb Damschroder, Judah Frank, David Garry, Ariela Morgenstern, Jessica Mary Murphy, Paul Niebanck, and Jacob R. Thompson. Come see us at the TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street.  Visit www.NYMF.org and www.cyclonethemusical.com for additional information.


September 18-19, 2008
Lucy is thrilled to participate in a reading of the new musical based on the opera Casanova's Homecoming, Casanova Returns (music by Mike Reid, lyrics by Sarah Schlesinger, and book by Edward Gallardo) along with Brent Barrett, John Paul Almon, Joyce Castle, Roland Rusinek, Elizabeth Ward Land, Andrea Goss, Sierra Boggess, Brian D'Addario, George Lee Andrews, Steve Routman, Steven Stein-Grainger, Kyle Barisich, Richard Poole, Jim Weitzer, Kris Koop, Rebecca Pitcher, Joanne Lessner, Stephanie Mason, Morgan James, and Sally Williams. The musical direction is by Kristen Blodgette and direction by Artie Masella.


July 7-20, 2008
Again, Lucy is cast in Iron Curtain which has been selected to be workshopped and performed at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's 2008 National Music Theater Conference in Waterford, CT and staged by Cara Reichel. The company includes Stephen Bogardus, Jessica Snow Wilson, David Abeles, Alison Briner, Monique French, David Gregory, Daniel C. Levine, Anne Torsiglieri, Dan Sharkey, Robby Sharpe, and Gordon Stanley.


June 30, 2008
Lucy will be joining the cast of Iron Curtain (book by Susan DiLallo, lyrics by Peter Mills, and music by Stephen Weiner) for a One Night Benefit Concert at Engleman Recital Hall, Baruch Performing Arts Center as the Russian, Olga. Featuring: Bethe B. Austin, Larry Brustofski, Maria Couch, Jeff Edgerton, Greg Horton, Ashley Fox Linton, David S. Miller, Marcus Neville, Richard Pruitt, Zak Risinger, Dara Seitzman, Doug Shapiro, and Robby Sharpe.


May 4, 2008
Lucy has the pleasure of performing a collection of Broadway show tunes along with Patrick Bodd and Ben Cohn at White Meadow Temple in White Meadow Lake, New Jersey - the hometown of Ben Cohn, as part of their celebration of the 60th anniversary of Israel.


April 28, 2008
Once again, Lucy performs for the BMI workshop, this time presenting the song, The Only Way to Know by Robert Maggio (music) and Michael Hollinger (lyrics) from their new musical-in-progress, Touchstones.


February 26-March 16, 2008
Lucy plays the role of Georgie Bukatinsky in The Full Monty at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, Florida. This top-notch production stars Mimi Hines and includes Heather Adair, Mark Willis Borum, Tony Barton, Emily Crosby, Ashley Puckett Gonzales, Todd A. Horman, Tyson Jennette, Bruce Linser, Gavin Lodge, Philip Labes, Wayne LeGette, Adam Overett, Sharon Owens, Matthew Steffens, and Tonya Thompson. Direction by Alan Souza, Choreography by Ron De Jesus, and Musical Direction by Helen Gregory.


January 30-February 1, 2008
Lucy heads up to the Goodspeed Opera House to join 11 other actors in developing and performing pieces of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program class of '08.


December 6, 2007
Lucy lays down a handful of chorus tracks to be heard on the The Musicology of Vincent Youmans, the next composer in the Musicality Series to be released on the Jay Records label in the near future.


October 15-19, 2007
Lucy is thrilled to be involved in a workshop and reading of a new version of The Kay Swift Project (formerly Fine & Dandy) under the direction of Casey Nicholaw and Jimmy Ray Bennet as the script writer. The fantastic and creative cast consists of: Annaleigh Ashford, Jared Bradshaw, Christian Borle, Scott Gofta, John Gregorio, Linda Griffin, Liz Griffith, Enders Groff, Beth Leavel, Logan Lipton, Stacey Sargeant, Jen Simard, Andre Ward, Patrick Wetzel and Lenny Wolpe.


September 24-Oct 4, 2007
Lucy joins the cast of Sympathy Jones in the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) as disguise designer Caprice Nova. The new spy musical is headed by Kate Shindle and Jane Summerhays along with Thursday Farrar, Amanda Ryan Paige, Jimmy Bennett, Charlie Pollock, Tony Chiroldes, Christopher Carl and Glenn Peters. The new spy musical, which will play at the Julia Miles Theater has music and & lyrics by Masi Asare, book by Brooke Pierce, and direction by Sarah Gurfield.



July 31-August 11, 2007
Lucy is cast as Marge, in Suds: The Rocking 60s Musical Soap Opera at Saint Michael's Playhouse, Colchester, Vermont, under the direction of Keith Andrews.


May 25, 2007
Lucy is involved in a demo recording of the Aron Accurso (music) & Jill Abramovitz (lyrics) musical-in-the-works, The Dogs of Pripyat.


May 23, 2007
Lucy joins the ensemble of the new Ben Cohn/Sean McDaniel musical, Big Tent for two Manhattan readings.


May 8, 2007
Lucy once again sings as well as performs ‘Granny’ for the third presentation of Fine & Dandy (Kay Swift/Paul James). The Kay Swift Trust has commissioned a new script for the show from writer-performer Jimmy Bennett, with musical direction and arrangements by Aaron Gandy.


April 30, 2007
Lucy joins the Friends In Theater Company to present We Tell the Story: the Songs of Ahrens and Flaherty, a one night only benefit concert for the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Metro New York. The production will also feature: Kenita R. Miller (Color Purple), Q. Smith (Les Miserables), Joe Aaron Reid (Curtains), Kara Boyer, Kimberly Burns, Peter Carrier, Creighton Fraker, Katie Kozlowski, Jamal McDonald, and Bruce Warren. It will take place at the Lucille Lortel Theatre under direction of Phil Accorso


April 19, 2007
Lucy sings in the reading of the Kay Swift and Paul James musical, Fine & Dandy.


February 19, 2007
After recording the second act, Lucy reprises the role of Lydia in Lawrence Rush’s Pride & Prejudice for the first reading of the full show.


January 22, 2007
Lucy continues her work with Lawrence Rush’s musical version of Pride & Prejudice when she sings Lydia’s Act II number, Brighton at the BMI Workshop.


October 26-December 31, 2006
Is Lucy Naughty or Nice? Playing the warm, yet sassy role of Mrs. Claus in the Nashville sit-down of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at the Grand Ole Opry!


September 10, 2006
Records 4 songs for the demo of Joshua Cohen’s Entropy Cycle.


September 1, 2006
Records the role of Bailey for Andrew Gerle’s demo of his new musical, Reality.


June 4, 2006
Lucy rejoins Leannis Maxwell singing ‘bridesmaid’ back up vocals for Patrick Mellen’s cabaret, Ringfinger. Douglas Maxwell musically directs.


May 10, 2006
Pride and Prejudice Reading – Lucy plays the role of the youngest Bennett daughter, Lydia.


April 29, 2006
Lucy performs a variety of protest-themed songs by various composers and lyricists for Prospect Theater’s benefit Propaganda Cabaret.


April 27-May 12, 2006
Erik Svejcar’s Caligula Workshop and Presentation of ACT I. Directed by Chris Pressley.


February 13, 2006
The Man in The Iron Mask (by Shad Olsen and Jeffrey Campos) Reading of ACT I at the Lamb’s Theatre.


December 5, 2005
Lucy sings in the chorus for the Third Annual World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of The Secret Garden.


November 13-21, 2005
Lucy participates in a workshop of Prospect Theatre’s Iron Curtain (music by Stephen Weiner, lyrics by Peter Mills, book by Susan DiLallo), directed by Cara Reichel.


October 24-27, 2005
Lucy joins a cast of David Abeles, Meeghan Midkiff, and Mark Sanders to perform a cabaret of Peter Mills’ music, Lonely Rhymes directed by Cara Reichel.


September 10-October 2, 2005
Lucy has a blast performing numerous heroines as Hildegarde and then the off-beat vegan, Pippi in Andrew Gerle and Maryrose Woods’ award winning musical, The Tutor at 59E59 Street Theater.


September 12, 2005
Records the role of prissy and boy-crazy Lydia for Lawrence Rush’s musical version of Pride & Prejudice.


August 13, 2005
Lucy continues working with Jeffrey Campos and Shad Olsen singing Queen Anne in their musical version of The Man in Iron Mask


August 10-11, 2005
Happy Birthday, Garfield! Feliz Cumpleanos, Garfield- this time in English at various Cape Cod locales.


July 21-August 1, 2005
Lucy takes on the challenge of a dual role of Liz/Fairy CatMother in SPANISH when she travels to Panama City, Panama to perform Feliz Cumpleanos, Garfield.


June 13, 2005
Lucy is part of the cast of Good Hope by August Schulenburg directed by Gia Forakis at the Lark Play Development Center.


April 14-19, 2005
It’s that time of year again! Lucy sings in NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program Thesis Musicals.


April 11-19, 2005
Lucy plays tongue-troubled Verda in the workshop/reading of Scott Venter’s Anathemaville, directed by Jess McLeod.


March 22, 2005
Lucy says “I do” to singing back-up for Patrick Mellen’s Cabaret - Ringfinger at the Triad. Joining her as ‘bridesmaids’ are Leannis Maxwell and Theresa Finamore. Douglas Maxwell musically directs.


January 28-February 9, 2005
Raw Impressions Marathon #16, directed by Joe Locarro.


January 29, 2005
The Man in Iron Mask Demo – singing the role of Queen Anne.


November 29, 2004
Lucy sings soprano in the World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of Pippin held at the Manhattan Ballroom. Directed by Gabriel Barre.


October 2004
Don’t Sleep in the Subway – composed of Lucy, Jasmin Norwood, and Katie Kozlowski, the trio takes the quirky and varied cabaret to New York’s Opia Lounge, Boston, Rhode Island, and Wilton, Connecticut.


September 27, 2004
The original cast of Dreams This Way reunites to perform at the Beckett Theatre as part of the inaugural NYMF season.


August 22, 2004
Lucy once again participates in the Festival of ‘Wrights at The Makor. She reprises her role as Dolly, the cloned sheep in David Rodwin and R.N. Sandberg’s Goodbye, Dolly as well as Myra in A Small Reception (Music: Arthur Yelton, Book & Lyrics: Mark O’Donnell). The pieces are directed by Pamela Vachon.


August 8, 2004
Makor Reading of Pyramus & Thisbe.


July 25, 2004
Live at Opia presents Under-Exposed featuring the music of Ben Cohn & Sean McDaniel. Lucy joined D.B. Bonds, Bridget Crawford, Bob duSold, Michael Sinclair, Lucy Vance, and Jan Neuberger under the direction of Jamibeth Margolis.


March 19-April 3, 2004
Along with Jimmy Bennett, Gavin Esham, Patrick Mellen, Amanda Ryan Paige, and Jennifer Waldman, Lucy performs the 10 minute musicals of a myriad of composer/lyricist teams in Dreams This Way; the Best of Raw Impressions at the TADA! Theatre, directed by Daniella Topol.


February 11-28
Under the direction of Sarah Gurfield, Lucy takes on one of her dream roles in playing Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady at the Amateur Comedy Club.


January 31, 2004
Sings the music of Ben Cohn in New Jersey.


December 13, 2003
Reprises her role in Where Is Love? (directed and produced by Lesley-Anne Stone) along with Amy Downing, Brooke Sciscio, Jamal McDonald, Robert Koutras, and Kevin Rockower at The Duplex.


December 5-9, 2003
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) and PenneySeal Productions host The Daniel Marshall Award Winning musical, Deirdre, by Michael McCarthy and Rich Neumar. Lucy performs the role of warrior twin, Ashlynn. Directed by Sarah Gurfield.


December 2, 2003
Performs with the heralded London Cast of My Fair Lady at the Plaza Hotel to benefit the Food Allergy Initative.


September 12-27, 2003
Portrays the role of Mara Reuter in Erik Orton’s musical, Berlin at Theater 315 – directed by Jamibeth Margolis.


August 18, 2003
Owl Creek Backer’s Audition – performs the role of Shiloh.


June 23-July 8, 2003
Lucy joins the ensemble of Ben Cohn and Sean McDaniel’s Owl Creek, directed by Jamibeth Margolis at City Center.


April 17-April 22, 2003
Lucy begins her relationship performing with NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program during their final thesis projects.


March 22-23, 2003
Workshops the roles of Veronica (and others!) in the musical Slut by Stephen Sislen and Ben Winters, directed by Sarah Gurfield.


March 11, 2003
Records a demo for composer/lyricist Rob Hartmann.


September-December 2002
Under the direction of Ithaca Alum, Joe Calarco, Lucy plays the dual role of Estelle/Maggie in Lawrence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin’s musical Sarah, Plain and Tall – 1st Touring Cast.


June 19-July 13, 2002
After graduating Ithaca College with a degree in musical theatre, Lucy takes on her first post-college role at Barrington Stage Company as one of the three nurses in South Pacific, directed by Julianne Boyd.

Playing the warm, yet sassy role of Mrs

December 7, 2014

Lucy will be singing back-up vocals to a bevy of dazzling performers at SPARKLE: An All-Star Holiday Concert in NYC, hosted by Scott Nevins. Click HERE for tickets to this sure-to-be fabulous and festive event. The show will benefit The Actors Fund.

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June 9, 2014

Lucy performs in the Irish Repertory Theatre 2014 Gala, The Spectacular Songs of Lerner and Loewe at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Directed by Charlotte Moore with musical direction by John Bell. For more information, click HERE

 

May 8, 2014

Lucy is in the recording studio for the Joy Son (music) and Alan Gordon (book & lyrics) new musical, Central Park Dreams

 

June 26, 2013

Lucy sings a new piece by Matt Patrick Walsh and Jordan Shavarebi as part of "JWS sings BMI" at 54 Below.  11:00pm.  No cover, $20 minimum.  Creative minds unite! Jen Waldman Studio's fiercely talented performing artists collaborate with BMI's next generation of musical theatre writers to offer an evening of fun, fearless, NEW and ORIGINAL work!

 

May 16, 2013

Another round of Einstein & the Roosevelts, a musical fantasy by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford.

 

May 6, 2013

Lucy joins a starry line up in Prospect Theater Company’s Annual Benefit, Spring Soirée.  Battery Gardens, Harbor View Room, 6pm-10pm.  For more information, click HERE.

 

February 28, 2013

Lucy revisits the Nancy Ford/Gretchen Cryer musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts, singing the role of Eleanor.

 

December 14, 2012

Shhh! Recording in progress!  Lucy records the music of David Mallamud and Josh Cohen for a demo of an upcoming musical.

 

July 31, 2012

Lucy records a handful of demo tracks for an in-the-works musical by Robert Maggio & Amy Buchwald.  More to come about this special new piece in the near future.

 

June 19-30, 2012

Lucy will be getting “back in the habit” at St. Michael's Playhouse, along with Danielle Kelsey, Abby Lee, Kathryn Markey, and Amanda Ryan Paige in the Off-Broadway musical, Nunsense.  Directed & choreographed by Keith Andrews, musical direction by Nate Venet. Ticket information HERE.

 

March 26, 2012

Lucy gets to have fun singing some tunes from the Kay Swift musical Fine & Dandy complete with lively & exciting new orchestra arrangements.  She even gets to “play” the siren whistle!

 

December 12, 2011
Lucy will be “Getting Through The Holidays” with Zach James and friends Eddie Cooper, Val Fagan, Karla Faggard, Jackie Hoffman, Jasmin Norwood, Bertha Mason, Martin Sola & Cindy Sunday with Jonathan Rose at the piano. The evening is part of the Broadway at Birdland Concert Series. Doors open at 6pm with the show starting at 7pm (Birdland NYC, 315 West 44th Street). More information HERE and HERE.

 

Dec 3 & 4, 2011
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...to sing showtunes! For the third season, Lucy ventures up to Vergennes & Burlington, Vermont to perform classic Broadway showstoppers as well as songs that celebrate the season with a line-up that also includes Vermont favorites Bill Carmichael, Kathryn Markey, and Craig Wells; accompanied by pianist Scott Nicholas. Ticket information for the Saturday show at Saint Michael's Playhouse can be found 
HERE. For Sunday's show in Vergennes, find additional information on how to purchase tickets HERE.

 

September 5, 2011
Lucy is back recording: this time a cabaret piece by David Mallamud & Jared Eberlein.

 

August 3-13, 2011

Lucy couldn't be more excited to be back at St. Michael's Playhouse to rock some 4 part harmonies in The Marvelous Wonderettes as "Missy" along with Samantha B. Northart, Amanda Ryan Paige & Michele Scully. Directed by Keith Andrews with musical direction by Nate Venet.

 

July 18, 2011

Lucy will revisit some fine and dandy Kay Swift material in celebration of Warner/Chappell's upcoming release of the Kay Swift Songbook.

 

May 2011

Lucy lends her voice to a demo recording of the new musical, North and South (Richard Maltby/Charles Strouse).

 

April 1, 2011

Lucy will join other Prospect Theater Company veterans Jason Collins, Victoria Huston-Elem, Jaygee Macapugay, Liz Power, Doug Shapiro, Robby Sharpe, and a TBA special guest in a one night only concert presentation of LONELY RHYMES. Directed by Cara Reichel and produced by Julie Miller. Stage management is by Kat West. Composer/lyricist Peter Mills will be at the piano as well as musicians Dennis Michael Keefe and John Herin. Friday, April 1st at 9:30 PM at the Laurie Beechman Room.

For more information and tickets, go to https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/163260


December 11,2010

Lucy heads back up to Vergennes, Vermont to perform in the 5th year of "Broadway Direct" along with Brian Golub, Kelly Rypkema, Scott Nicholas on piano and hosted by Bill Carmichael. The show will feature songs of the season and as always, proceeds will go to benefit the historical Vergennes Opera House


July 27-August 7, 2010
Lucy is thrilled once again to be performing at St. Michael's Playhouse in Colchester, Vermont where she will be crooning tunes of the legendary singer Patsy Cline in Always...Patsy Cline directed by Keith Andrews. More info to come!

June 7, 2010
Lucy recreates her role as Eleanor Roosevelt in an edited version of Nancy Ford & Gretchen Cryer's musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts to be performed at the newly renovated Roosevelt House in NYC. More details to follow...

April 13, 2010
Lucy joins Camp Broadway in celebrating their 15th anniversary with STAGE STRUCK - 7:30pm at Peter Norton Symphony Space. Performances by: Aubrey Bettencourt, Hadley Cronk, Natalie Douglas, Alison Fraser, Joshua Isaacs, Canedy Knowles, Amy Linden, Kevin Michael Murphy, Matt Rossi, Pearl Sun, Michael Winther, & of course, The Camp Broadway Kids! Original songs by Andrew Lippa & Bill Schermerhorn • Dan Collins &  Julianne Wick Davis • Karlan Judd & Gordon Leary • Ryan Cunningham & Josh Salzman • Sugarjuice (Maggie-Kate Coleman & Sean Mahoney) • Will Aronson & Bill Nelson • Amy Burgess & Gena Oppenheim • Rob Hartmann

April 7, 2010
Lucy joins a fine (and dandy) company in a reading of the Kay Swift and Paul James musical comedy, Fine & Dandy, at the Cosmopolitan Club. Revised book by
Jimmy Ray Bennett.

April 1, 2010
As part of a 16 member ensemble, Lucy records the 1934 Broadway revue Life Begins at 8:40 (music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Ira Gershwin & Yip Harburg) to be released on PS Classics, made possible by The Ira and Leonore Gershwin Trust for the benefit of The Library of Congress. Principle cast includes Kate Baldwin, Philip Chaffin, Christopher Fitzgerald, Montego Glover, Rebecca Luker, Brad Oscar, Faith Prince, Graham Rowat and Jessica Stone all conducted by Aaron Gandy.

January 25, 2010
Come see Lucy in Made in Australia: Music & Lyrics from Down Under. Australia’s best and brightest musical theatre composers will have their work performed in New York in a very special Australia Day concert at The Triad.
The concert will feature the work of composers Dean Bryant & Matthew Frank (Prodigal, The York Theatre; Virgins, NYMF), James Millar & Peter Rutherford (The Hatpin, NYMF), Carmel Dean (…Spelling Bee, American Idiot), and Anna Jacobs (Pop!, Yale Rep) as well as rising stars Anthony Costanzo and Matthew Robinson. Additional performances by Carey Anderson, Casey Erin Clark, Chris Dilley, Sharone Halevy, Liz Larsen, Mary-Catherine McDonald, Sarah McLellan, James Millar, Kate Wetherhead, Sally Wilfert, Michael Winther, Cortney Wolfson, Tim Wright and Josh Young. For tickets and information visit www.triadnyc.com or call
(212) 362–2590.
THE TRIAD is located at 158 West 72nd St, New York, NY. Tickets are $15 plus a two-drink minimum.

December 10, 2009
Lucy participates in a developmental CAP21 round table reading of a new musical about the opening of Ellis Island and the immigrants who arrived through it by Scott Davis & Bill Daugherty.

November 6, 2009
Lucy is involved in a table read of Dana & Jon Goldstein's Liberty, the Musical

October 21, 2009
Lucy records Scott Davis's solo, Sail On.

October 17, 2009
As part of Columbia County's ArtsWalk in Hudson, New York, Lucy performs in Kate McLeod and Rob Hartmann's car-themed piece, Motorheads.  Renee Bergeron, Liv Cummins, and Brooke Davis complete the Motorheads cast. More information at: http://www.artscolumbia.org/artswalk09_schedule.html

Fall 2009
Lucy continues recording the music of David Mallamud for various upcoming projects.

September 26, 2009
Broadway Direct - Lucy joins Bill Carmichael, Brian Golub, and Abby Lee in performing musical theater classics at the historic Vergennes Opera House in Vergennes, Vermont. Tickets on sale August 26th. Visit http://www.vergennesoperahouse.org/home/

July 14 - August 8, 2009
Lucy happily returns to one of her favorite theaters and locales - Saint Michael's Playhouse in beautiful Colchester, Vermont for two shows this summer: Alan Ayckboum's How the Other Half Loves, playing July 14-25, (joined by Bill Carmichael, Sarah Carleton, John Patrick Hayden, Michele Scully, and Craig Maravich, directed by John Going) and a feel good musical comprised of Neil Sedaka hits, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, July 28-August 8, (with Thomas Cannizzaro, Bill Carmichael, Brian Golub, Michele Scully, and Kathryn Markey, directed & choreographed by Keith Andrews and musical direction by Nate Patten).

Spring 2009


Lucy lends her voice to the character of Eleanor Roosevelt in the continual development of Nancy Ford and Gretchen Cryer's musical, Einstein & the Roosevelts.

April 5, 2009
Lucy performs in MAKAI's Mix Tape (for your journey eastward): The Music of Brett Macias, 8pm at the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Black Box - 113 2nd Ave. Also featuring:  Randy Blair, Molly Hager, Matthew Hydzik, Jesse Lawder, Tommy Newman, Jennifer Colby Talton, Mariand Torres, Jeff Washburn, and Heather Matarazzo with direction by Terry Berliner and musical direction by Micah Young. MAKAI's Mix Tape is part of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program's Songbook series.

 

February 9, 2009
For one night only Lucy will join fellow Prospect Theater veterans Brandon Andrus, Piper Goodeve, Kevin Haden, Michelle Pruiett, and Robby Sharpe for a fundraiser cabaret, S.O.N.G. TEAM, at the West End Theatre (263 W. 86th Street) at 8pm.  Please come and support a great theater company for a fun night of songs! ALL SEATS ONLY $15! Tickets: 212-352-3101 or https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/639395/prm/LUCY

 

November 10, 2008
Lucy reprises her role as Lydia in a staged reading of Pride & Prejudice, the Musical based on the novel by Jane Austen.  Book, music and lyrics by Lawrence Rush with direction by Mary Catherine Burke and musical direction by Matt Castle. The reading will be held at the McGinn/Cazale Theater featuring Jessica Rush, Ron Bohmer, Nora Mae Lyng, Gordon Stanley, Allison Spratt, Billy Wheelan, Lucy Sorensen, Brian Norris, Gretchen Goldsworthy, Catherine Carpenter Cox, Rita Markova, Susan Lewis, Adam Halpin, Joan Porter, Bill Bateman, Matthew Deming, Doug Shapiro, Amanda Johnson, and Mary Workman.

www.prideandprejudice-themusical.com

September 23 - October 4, 2008
Lucy has been cast in CYCLONE (and the Pig-Faced Lady), a Next Link Selection in the New York Musical Theatre Conference. Book and lyrics by Dana Leslie Goldstein, music by Rima Fand, and directed by Elysa Marden. The talented cast consists of Jodie Bentley, Amber Carson, Caleb Damschroder, Judah Frank, David Garry, Ariela Morgenstern, Jessica Mary Murphy, Paul Niebanck, and Jacob R. Thompson. Come see us at the TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street.  Visit www.NYMF.org and www.cyclonethemusical.com for additional information.

 

September 18-19, 2008
Lucy is thrilled to participate in a reading of the new musical based on the opera Casanova's Homecoming, Casanova Returns (music by Mike Reid, lyrics by Sarah Schlesinger, and book by Edward Gallardo) along with Brent Barrett, John Paul Almon, Joyce Castle, Roland Rusinek, Elizabeth Ward Land, Andrea Goss, Sierra Boggess, Brian D'Addario, George Lee Andrews, Steve Routman, Steven Stein-Grainger, Kyle Barisich, Richard Poole, Jim Weitzer, Kris Koop, Rebecca Pitcher, Joanne Lessner, Stephanie Mason, Morgan James, and Sally Williams. The musical direction is by Kristen Blodgette and direction by Artie Masella.

July 7-20, 2008
Again, Lucy is cast in Iron Curtain which has been selected to be workshopped and performed at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's 2008 National Music Theater Conference in Waterford, CT and staged by Cara Reichel. The company includes Stephen Bogardus, Jessica Snow Wilson, David Abeles, Alison Briner, Monique French, David Gregory, Daniel C. Levine, Anne Torsiglieri, Dan Sharkey, Robby Sharpe, and Gordon Stanley.

 

June 30, 2008
Lucy will be joining the cast of Iron Curtain (book by Susan DiLallo, lyrics by Peter Mills, and music by Stephen Weiner) for a One Night Benefit Concert at Engleman Recital Hall, Baruch Performing Arts Center as the Russian, Olga. Featuring: Bethe B. Austin, Larry Brustofski, Maria Couch, Jeff Edgerton, Greg Horton, Ashley Fox Linton, David S. Miller, Marcus Neville, Richard Pruitt, Zak Risinger, Dara Seitzman, Doug Shapiro, and Robby Sharpe.

 

May 4, 2008
Lucy has the pleasure of performing a collection of Broadway show tunes along with Patrick Bodd and Ben Cohn at White Meadow Temple in White Meadow Lake, New Jersey - the hometown of Ben Cohn, as part of their celebration of the 60th anniversary of Israel.

 

April 28, 2008
Once again, Lucy performs for the BMI workshop, this time presenting the song, The Only Way to Know by Robert Maggio (music) and Michael Hollinger (lyrics) from their new musical-in-progress, Touchstones.

 

February 26-March 16, 2008
Lucy plays the role of Georgie Bukatinsky in The Full Monty at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, Florida. This top-notch production stars Mimi Hines and includes Heather Adair, Mark Willis Borum, Tony Barton, Emily Crosby, Ashley Puckett Gonzales, Todd A. Horman, Tyson Jennette, Bruce Linser, Gavin Lodge, Philip Labes, Wayne LeGette, Adam Overett, Sharon Owens, Matthew Steffens, and Tonya Thompson. Direction by Alan Souza, Choreography by Ron De Jesus, and Musical Direction by Helen Gregory.

 

January 30-February 1, 2008
Lucy heads up to the Goodspeed Opera House to join 11 other actors in developing and performing pieces of the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program class of '08.

 

December 6, 2007
Lucy lays down a handful of chorus tracks to be heard on the The Musicology of Vincent Youmans, the next composer in the Musicality Series to be released on the Jay Records label in the near future.

 

October 15-19, 2007
Lucy is thrilled to be involved in a workshop and reading of a new version of The Kay Swift Project (formerly Fine & Dandy) under the direction of Casey Nicholaw and Jimmy Ray Bennet as the script writer. The fantastic and creative cast consists of: Annaleigh Ashford, Jared Bradshaw, Christian Borle, Scott Gofta, John Gregorio, Linda Griffin, Liz Griffith, Enders Groff, Beth Leavel, Logan Lipton, Stacey Sargeant, Jen Simard, Andre Ward, Patrick Wetzel and Lenny Wolpe.

 

September 24-Oct 4, 2007
Lucy joins the cast of Sympathy Jones in the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) as disguise designer Caprice Nova. The new spy musical is headed by Kate Shindle and Jane Summerhays along with Thursday Farrar, Amanda Ryan Paige, Jimmy Bennett, Charlie Pollock, Tony Chiroldes, Christopher Carl and Glenn Peters. The new spy musical, which will play at the Julia Miles Theater has music and & lyrics by Masi Asare, book by Brooke Pierce, and direction by Sarah Gurfield.


July 31-August 11, 2007
Lucy is cast as Marge, in Suds: The Rocking 60s Musical Soap Opera at Saint Michael's Playhouse, Colchester, Vermont, under the direction of Keith Andrews.

 

May 25, 2007
Lucy is involved in a demo recording of the Aron Accurso (music) & Jill Abramovitz (lyrics) musical-in-the-works, The Dogs of Pripyat.

 

May 23, 2007
Lucy joins the ensemble of the new Ben Cohn/Sean McDaniel musical, Big Tent for two Manhattan readings.

 

May 8, 2007
Lucy once again sings as well as performs ‘Granny’ for the third presentation of Fine & Dandy (Kay Swift/Paul James). The Kay Swift Trust has commissioned a new script for the show from writer-performer Jimmy Bennett, with musical direction and arrangements by Aaron Gandy.

 

April 30, 2007
Lucy joins the Friends In Theater Company to present We Tell the Story: the Songs of Ahrens and Flaherty, a one night only benefit concert for the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Metro New York. The production will also feature: Kenita R. Miller (Color Purple), Q. Smith (Les Miserables), Joe Aaron Reid (Curtains), Kara Boyer, Kimberly Burns, Peter Carrier, Creighton Fraker, Katie Kozlowski, Jamal McDonald, and Bruce Warren. It will take place at the Lucille Lortel Theatre under direction of Phil Accorso

 

April 19, 2007
Lucy sings in the reading of the Kay Swift and Paul James musical, Fine & Dandy.


February 19, 2007
After recording the second act, Lucy reprises the role of Lydia in Lawrence Rush’s Pride & Prejudice for the first reading of the full show.


January 22, 2007
Lucy continues her work with Lawrence Rush’s musical version of Pride & Prejudice when she sings Lydia’s Act II number, Brighton at the BMI Workshop.


October 26-December 31, 2006
Is Lucy Naughty or Nice? Playing the warm, yet sassy role of Mrs. Claus in the Nashville sit-down of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at the Grand Ole Opry!


September 10, 2006
Records 4 songs for the demo of Joshua Cohen’s Entropy Cycle.


September 1, 2006
Records the role of Bailey for Andrew Gerle’s demo of his new musical, Reality.


June 4, 2006
Lucy rejoins Leannis Maxwell singing ‘bridesmaid’ back up vocals for Patrick Mellen’s cabaret, Ringfinger. Douglas Maxwell musically directs.


May 10, 2006
Pride and Prejudice Reading – Lucy plays the role of the youngest Bennett daughter, Lydia.


April 29, 2006
Lucy performs a variety of protest-themed songs by various composers and lyricists for Prospect Theater’s benefit Propaganda Cabaret.


April 27-May 12, 2006
Erik Svejcar’s Caligula Workshop and Presentation of ACT I. Directed by Chris Pressley.


February 13, 2006
The Man in The Iron Mask (by Shad Olsen and Jeffrey Campos) Reading of ACT I at the Lamb’s Theatre.


December 5, 2005
Lucy sings in the chorus for the Third Annual World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of The Secret Garden.


November 13-21, 2005
Lucy participates in a workshop of Prospect Theatre’s Iron Curtain (music by Stephen Weiner, lyrics by Peter Mills, book by Susan DiLallo), directed by Cara Reichel.


October 24-27, 2005
Lucy joins a cast of David Abeles, Meeghan Midkiff, and Mark Sanders to perform a cabaret of Peter Mills’ music, Lonely Rhymes directed by Cara Reichel.


September 10-October 2, 2005
Lucy has a blast performing numerous heroines as Hildegarde and then the off-beat vegan, Pippi in Andrew Gerle and Maryrose Woods’ award winning musical, The Tutor at 59E59 Street Theater.


September 12, 2005
Records the role of prissy and boy-crazy Lydia for Lawrence Rush’s musical version of Pride & Prejudice.


August 13, 2005
Lucy continues working with Jeffrey Campos and Shad Olsen singing Queen Anne in their musical version of The Man in Iron Mask


August 10-11, 2005
Happy Birthday, Garfield! Feliz Cumpleanos, Garfield- this time in English at various Cape Cod locales.


July 21-August 1, 2005
Lucy takes on the challenge of a dual role of Liz/Fairy CatMother in SPANISH when she travels to Panama City, Panama to perform Feliz Cumpleanos, Garfield.


June 13, 2005
Lucy is part of the cast of Good Hope by August Schulenburg directed by Gia Forakis at the Lark Play Development Center.


April 14-19, 2005
It’s that time of year again! Lucy sings in NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program Thesis Musicals.


April 11-19, 2005
Lucy plays tongue-troubled Verda in the workshop/reading of Scott Venter’s Anathemaville, directed by Jess McLeod.


March 22, 2005
Lucy says “I do” to singing back-up for Patrick Mellen’s Cabaret - Ringfinger at the Triad. Joining her as ‘bridesmaids’ are Leannis Maxwell and Theresa Finamore. Douglas Maxwell musically directs.


January 28-February 9, 2005
Raw Impressions Marathon #16, directed by Joe Locarro.


January 29, 2005
The Man in Iron Mask Demo – singing the role of Queen Anne.


November 29, 2004
Lucy sings soprano in the World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of Pippin held at the Manhattan Ballroom. Directed by Gabriel Barre.


October 2004
Don’t Sleep in the Subway – composed of Lucy, Jasmin Norwood, and Katie Kozlowski, the trio takes the quirky and varied cabaret to New York’s Opia Lounge, Boston, Rhode Island, and Wilton, Connecticut.


September 27, 2004
The original cast of Dreams This Way reunites to perform at the Beckett Theatre as part of the inaugural NYMF season.


August 22, 2004
Lucy once again participates in the Festival of ‘Wrights at The Makor. She reprises her role as Dolly, the cloned sheep in David Rodwin and R.N. Sandberg’s Goodbye, Dolly as well as Myra in A Small Reception (Music: Arthur Yelton, Book & Lyrics: Mark O’Donnell). The pieces are directed by Pamela Vachon.


August 8, 2004
Makor Reading of Pyramus & Thisbe.


July 25, 2004
Live at Opia presents Under-Exposed featuring the music of Ben Cohn & Sean McDaniel. Lucy joined D.B. Bonds, Bridget Crawford, Bob duSold, Michael Sinclair, Lucy Vance, and Jan Neuberger under the direction of Jamibeth Margolis.


March 19-April 3, 2004
Along with Jimmy Bennett, Gavin Esham, Patrick Mellen, Amanda Ryan Paige, and Jennifer Waldman, Lucy performs the 10 minute musicals of a myriad of composer/lyricist teams in Dreams This Way; the Best of Raw Impressions at the TADA! Theatre, directed by Daniella Topol.


February 11-28
Under the direction of Sarah Gurfield, Lucy takes on one of her dream roles in playing Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady at the Amateur Comedy Club.


January 31, 2004
Sings the music of Ben Cohn in New Jersey.


December 13, 2003
Reprises her role in Where Is Love? (directed and produced by Lesley-Anne Stone) along with Amy Downing, Brooke Sciscio, Jamal McDonald, Robert Koutras, and Kevin Rockower at The Duplex.


December 5-9, 2003
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) and PenneySeal Productions host The Daniel Marshall Award Winning musical, Deirdre, by Michael McCarthy and Rich Neumar. Lucy performs the role of warrior twin, Ashlynn. Directed by Sarah Gurfield.


December 2, 2003
Performs with the heralded London Cast of My Fair Lady at the Plaza Hotel to benefit the Food Allergy Initative.


September 12-27, 2003
Portrays the role of Mara Reuter in Erik Orton’s musical, Berlin at Theater 315 – directed by Jamibeth Margolis.


August 18, 2003
Owl Creek Backer’s Audition – performs the role of Shiloh.


June 23-July 8, 2003
Lucy joins the ensemble of Ben Cohn and Sean McDaniel’s Owl Creek, directed by Jamibeth Margolis at City Center.


April 17-April 22, 2003
Lucy begins her relationship performing with NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program during their final thesis projects.


March 22-23, 2003
Workshops the roles of Veronica (and others!) in the musical Slut by Stephen Sislen and Ben Winters, directed by Sarah Gurfield.


March 11, 2003
Records a demo for composer/lyricist Rob Hartmann.


September-December 2002
Under the direction of Ithaca Alum, Joe Calarco, Lucy plays the dual role of Estelle/Maggie in Lawrence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin’s musical Sarah, Plain and Tall – 1st Touring Cast.


June 19-July 13, 2002
After graduating Ithaca College with a degree in musical theatre, Lucy takes on her first post-college role at Barrington Stage Company as one of the three nurses in South Pacific, directed by Julianne Boyd.