Emily is a Midwestern gal who has performed her various talents on stages all across the United States. She acts on film, she acts on stage, she write poems, she writes songs, she sings, and plays a bunch of cool instruments. Emily has done a lot of pretty cool things like directed, co-wrote, and performed a US tour with the United Nations, performed at The White House, was a featured artist on a German news network, won American Musician of the Year 2012 from a indie radio station in Toronto, Canada, and she even made Jane Fonda cry when she performed a heartwrenching piece at a TEDxWomen conference.
Currently based in Brooklyn, NY, Emily is makin moves to make an impact on society through art. Learn about how Emily has become the Emily that she is here, read what Emily is currently up to below, check out what she’s done in the Archive, look at some awesome pictures of her and listen to interviews in the Media section, and get to know all the deets on her Acting and Music.
VOTE FOR EMILY IN THE BRADEN MURPHY-McFARLEN AWARDS!
(Formally known as the Radio Nation Music Awards)
On her return to the US from IndieWeek in Toronto, Canada, Emily has been nominted once again and will be defending her title for American Artist of the Year!
VOTE ONCE A DAY HERE!
- New interviews/metions in the press – check them all out in the Reviews/Press tab!
- Emily will be retreating to the Dragons Egg Studio in December to collaborate with Elizabeth Seldin, Leta Tremblay, and a group of actors to create music and lyrics to PAN.
- Check out Alex Oka’s newest album, AWETUM, on bandcamp! Featuring the song “Never Felt” with lyrics/vocals by Emily!
Saturday, November 23rd at 7 PM & Sunday November 24th at 4 PM
Short Play Lab – Program A - Roy Arias Studios: Theatre II – Manhattan – $20
300 West 43rd Street, 4th Floor at 8th Ave.
written & directed by Kerri Quinn; starring Jessica Bettini and Emily Rupp. Two sisters’ relationship is strained as they struggle with the truth about their deceased mother. Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival’s Short Play Lab. Tickets are $20 and available here (*be sure to select Program A!)
Tuesday, January 14th – 9PM - Pianos Upstairs Lounge – LES, Manhattan – FREE
158 Ludlow St, between Rivington St. and Stanton St.
An evening of music at Pianos in the Upstairs Lounge. Music begins at 7PM, Emily goes on at 9PM.
FullStop Theater Collective will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit The Belief Project sometime in January. There will be live music, raffles, food, and drinks! Stay in the know by signing up for my mailing list!