As an actress, Emilie has premiered leading roles in five original musicals and in several plays produced Off-Broadway. She has starred in professional regional productions of Deathtrap, The Respectful Prostitute, She Loves Me, The Robber Bridegroom, Threepenny Opera, and Oklahoma! and played supporting roles in The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, Camelot, Grease, Carousel, and many more, and has appeared in musical revues and concerts across the country.
As a classical singer, Emilie has performed as Eudoxie in La Juive, Violetta in La Traviata, Nedda in Pagliacci, and the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute. Her professional choral experience includes singing in concert with the Camarata Singers and Leonard Bernstein, and performing extensively domestically and internationally with the professional choir of Trinity Church, Wall Street. Her professional choral work can be heard on Columbia and Naxos Recordings.
In addition to her academic training at Carnegie Mellon University and The Juilliard School (BM Degree), Emilie studied with renowned opera singers Eleanor Steber, Rose Bampton, and Brenda Lewis, as well as with theatrical giant Robert Lewis. She is Adjunct Professor of Music at the University of Bridgeport, teaching Private Voice and Acting for Singers. Emilie is a member of NATS, AEA, and SAG, and a member and past president of the Theatre Artist's Workshop.