The Official Website of Emily Rupp

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HEY-O! 

Thanks a million for checking out this website – it is currently gettin jiggy with some new stuff and will be completely overhauled in 2018! Enjoy the biz that is on here now and get ready for some cool stuff coming soon!

-E

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Pontiac Arts & Culture Crawl 2018

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There will be a TON of free performances, art showcases, and activities for all ages in downtown Pontiac on Friday, May 4th. Emily will be performing at The Riker Building alternating sets with two other artists – come by to this FREE event. Food and drinks will be available for purchase from several local businesses. For more information, check out the Facebook event and the article in The Oakland Press!

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V-DAY PONTIAC 2018

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Emily produced and directed “The Vagina Monologues” by award-winning playwright Eve Ensler as part of the 2018 V-Day campaign.  Ticket sales benefitted HAVEN, a shelter and resource center for women who have been physically or sexually abused in Oakland County, MI.

For more info and to purchase your tickets at www.VdayPontiac.eventbrite.com or on Facebook! Also, check out the article write up in The Oakland Press!

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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, was featured on INtune magazine in Canada while performing at the IndieWeek music festival, and she even made Jane Fonda cry when she performed a heartwrenching piece at the 2011 TEDxWomen conference.

Currently based outside of Detroit, Michigan after spending a long while in NYC, Emily is making 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.

 

 

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