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Emma Ralston is a Scottish actress, singer and director. Her musical theatre credits include QUeen of the Mist (Brockley Jack), Bananaman the Musical (Southwark Playhouse), The Frogs (Jermyn Street); Sarah in Jog On The Musical (Soho Theatre/So & So Arts Club); Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods (Rose & Crown Theatre); West End Heroes (Dominion Theatre); Eve in Meet Me In St Louis (Landor Theatre); Side by Side by Sondheim and West End at The Fringe (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); The Music of Lee Freeman and 1st Impressions in From Page To Stage season of new musical theatre (Landor Theatre); Insane About Broadway (Charing Cross Theatre); and Jack Frost Vs The Sunshine Kids (The Windsor Globe).
Emma is the co-host and producer of 5* West End cabaret strand, Sunday in the Arts with..., which runs at the Arts Theatre on the last Sunday of every month.
Emma Ralston singing 'Another Life' from the musical Bridges of Madison County with music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown (The Last Five Years, Songs For A New World). Originally performed on the Broadway Cast Album by Whitney Bashor. The cast also featured Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale and Caitlin Kinnunen.
Emma Ralston sings Meadowlark from the musical The Baker's Wife. Music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin).
A Sondheim special. Featuring clips from Merrily We Roll Along, Into the Woods, Sunday in the Park with George, Gypsy and more. Cake and Showtunes! What's not to love! Emma Ralston started baking her way through this pandemic accompanied by the STAGIEST soundtrack you ever did hear. What else is there to do when you can't get on a stage but turn your kitchen into one? For live Stagey bakes with special guests follow Emma on Instagram @emmaralstonuk
Cake and Showtunes! What's not to love! Emma Ralston started baking her way through this pandemic accompanied by the STAGIEST soundtrack you ever did hear. What else is there to do when you can't get on a stage but turn your kitchen into one? For live Stagey bakes with special guests follow Emma on Instagram @emmaralstonuk This episode features clips from The Last Five Years, Little Shop of Horrors, Evita and more.
Emma Ralston singing a clip of Knowing When To Leave from the musical Promises, Promises written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. The Broadway revival featured Kristen Chenoweth singing this number on the cast album. Acoustic, unedited cover.
Emma Ralston sings Five and A Half Minutes written by contemporary musical theatre duo Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk. Originally performed on the album by Katie Thompson.
Emma Ralston performs Christmas Lullaby from Jason Robert Brown's Songs For A New World.
Emma Ralston sings 'They Just Keep Moving The Line' from the TV show SMASH. The song was originally performed by Megan Hilty as Ivy Lynn. 'They Just Keep Moving The Line' is written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory). It features on the cast album Bombshell. It has just been announce that the hit TV show SMASH will be adapted into a Broadway Musical. The news was revealed following the live stream of Bombshell in Concert raising money for The Actors Fund.
Video from 2018 Emma Ralston sings a live cover of 'No Reason At All' by Jonathan Reid Gealt. 'No Reason At All' features on Jonathan Reid Gealt's albums 'Here For You: Ballads for Broadway' performed by Katie Thompson and ''Thirteen Stories Down' performed by Carrie Manolakos. Ghostlight Records. Jonathan’s debut album ‘Thirteen Stories Down’ was released in 2011 on Sh-k-Boom/Ghostlight Records. Produced by 7 time grammy award winner Joel Moss, the album features orchestrations by Lynne Shankel, Bruce Coughlin, and August Eriksmoen as well as the vocal talents of TONY, Grammy and Emmy nominees including Kate Baldwin, Will Chase, Tituss Burgess, Lauren Kennedy, Caissie Levy, Matt Doyle, Darius de Haas, Carrie Manolakos, Natalie Weiss, Zak Resnick, Quentin Earl Darrington, Adam Chanler-Berat, Lindsay Mendez, Capathia Jenkins and the Broadway Inspirational Voices.
ASTONISHING from the Broadway musical 'Little Women' performed live by EMMA RALSTON, January 2017. Astonishing is from the Broadway musical Little Women written by Jason Howland (music), Allan Knee (book) and Mindi Dickstein (lyrics). The Broadway cast included Sutton Foster (Shrek, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Anything Goes, Violet) in the lead role of Jo March.
EMMA RALSTON singing 'Stop' by Georgia Stitt at 'Sunday In The Arts with...Anthony & Emma' on 30th October 2016 at Arts Theatre West End. Georgia Stitt is an American musical theatre composer. Her work includes shows such as Samantha Spade - Ace Detective, Snow Child, Mosaic and The Big Boom. She has released albums of her work including A Quiet Revolution, My Lifelong Love, and the this Ordinary Thursday. She has collaborated with artists such as Kate Baldwin, Jessica Vosk and her husband and fellow musical theatre composer Jason Robert Brown.
Emma Ralston singing 'Pretty Funny' from the musical 'Dogfight' at the Stephen Sondheim Society Cabsret st the Phoenix Artists Club on 9th May. MD: Aaron Clingham. Filmed by Rayman Productions. Pretty Funny is from the musical Dogfight written by Pasek and Paul (The Greatest Showman, James and the Giant Peach, SMASH, Dear Evan Hansen). The song was originally performed in the show by Tony Award Winning Broadway actress Lindsay Mendez (Carousel, Wicked, Grease).
Emma Ralston performs 'There Won't Be Trumpets' from the Sondheim musical 'Anyone Can Whistle' at the Stephen Sondheim Society Cabaret on 9th May at the Phoenix Artists Club. MD - Aaron Clingham Filmed by Rayman Productions Written by Stephen Sondheim. Other work includes Sweeney Todd, Merrily We Roll Along, Into The Woods, Bounce, A Little Night Music, Sunday In The Park With George.
Emma Ralston performs 'The Spark of Creation' from Children of Eden. Written by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin, The Prince of Egypt, Pocahontas, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame). Acoustic cover of this song features on Emma's debut EP 'On My Way' available on all online streaming services.
Emma Ralston singing 'The Life Of The Party' from Andrew Lippa's THE WILD PARTY 'SUNDAY IN THE ARTS WITH...WE ARE STAGEY LIKE THAT' 29th November 2015 Arts Theatre West End MD - Michael Webborn ' The Life Of The Party' is from the musical The Wild Party by Andrew Lippa. Original Off-Broadway cast included Idina Menzel (Wicked, If/Then Frozen), Julia Murney (Wicked, Evita, Queen Of The Mist) , Brian D'Arcy James (Giant, Shrek, Something Rotten) and Taye Diggs (Rent) in the leading roles.
Emma Ralston singing 'O HOLY NIGHT' Performed at the Barlow & Smith 'Christmas In The City Cabaret' at the Pheasantry, Sloane Square 8th December 2015
Emma Ralston singing 'She Used To Be Mine' from WAITRESS THE MUSICAL Sunday In The Arts With... 29th November 2015 Arts Theatre West End Waitress the musical, written by Grammy award winner Sara Bareilles ran on Broadway for 3 years and has just closed in the West End. Original Broadway cast included Jessie Mueller (Carousel, The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, Beautiful the Carole King Musical), Keala Settle (The Greatest Showman) and Kimiko Glenn (Orange Is The New Black) in the leading roles.
Emma Ralston singing 'Hand In Hand' by Kerrigan and Lowdermilk Sunday In The Arts With... 31st May 2015 Arts Theatre West End
Emma Ralston performs "Goodbye Until Tomorrow" from the musical 'The Last 5 Years.' Business enquiries: Emmaralston1@gmail.com Follow Emma on Twitter @EmmaralstonUK
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Emma Ralston performing 'Taylor, the Latte Boy' live at 'A New Horizon', Union theatre, London, 15th October 2012.
Emma ralston performing 'Blue Horizon' at 'A New Horizon', Union Theatre, London, 15th October 2012.
Emma Ralston and Kevin McGuire performing 'Finale B' from Rent LIVE at 'A New Horizon', Union Theatre, 15th October 2012 Filmed by Piers Foley Photography http://www.piersfoleyphotography.com
I Know Things Now from Into The Woods. Performed by Emma Ralston
Good Morning Baltimore from Hairspray!
Hey Scott, I first heard 'I Wish' at your London concert last year and totally loved it so here is my version of it for you! I hope you get to see some of my personality in the performance...hope you enjoy! Thank you to Bella Barlow for accompanying me on the piano :-) Live performance of 'I Wish' written by Scott Alan, performed by Emma Ralston
Recording by Emma Ralston
Live Recording by Emma Ralston
Live Recording by Emma Ralston
Live Recording by Emma Ralston
Queen of the Mist This musical is based on the astounding and outrageous true story of Annie Edson Taylor, who set out to be the first person to survive a trip over Niagara Falls in a barrel of her own design. With a soaring score that incorporates turn of the century themes with LaChiusa’s signature complexity and insight, Queen of the Mist is th...
Bananaman A hero who has ‘the muscles of 20 men and the brain of 20 mussels’. Bananaman is a unique member of the superhero ranks. Our handsome hero may have a jaw line you can see from space, but he’s not the sharpest tool in the box. In fact, he doesn’t even know where the box is. With supervillains Doctor Gloom and General Blight attempting wor...
The Frogs The Frogs, loosely based on a comedy written in 405 BC by Aristophanes, freely adapted for today by Burt Shevelove, and even more freely adapted by Nathan Lane, with Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, produced by House on the Hill Productions in association with Jermyn Street Theatre and directed by Grace Wessels, will premiere at Jer...
With the Union Theatre's Hello Again, there are now two Michael John LaChiusa musicals running simultaneously in London. What makes the work of this American composer, lyricist and book writer so remarkable? Faves founder Terri Paddock discussed at her post-show Q&A with the company of Queen of the Mist...
Following its acclaimed run at the Jack Studio, Queen of the Mist has now opened at Charing Cross Theatre to similarly rapturous reviews. Check out some of our favourites below, then book your tickets.
Have you forgotten why everyone fell in love with Queen of the Mist when it ran at the Jack Studio? Well, no, probably not. How could you forget?! But just in case check out the trailer for the upcoming transfer to the Charing Cross Theatre.
Would you go over Niagara Falls in a barrel? Some 5,000 bodies were found at the foot of the falls between 1850 and 2011. The first recorded person to go over and survive was Annie Edson Taylor in 1901. Join Faves founder Terri Paddock and the QUEEN OF THE MIST company on 20 August 2019 to find out more about this extraordinary woman and the musical she inspired.
Pint of Wine Theatre Company’s production of Michael John LaChiusa’s Queen of the Mist, which received its UK premiere in a sold-out run at the Jack Studio Theatre in April 2019, will transfer to London’s Charing Cross Theatre for a strictly limited seven-week season from 15 August to 5 October 2019. Plus the original London cast recording will be released to coincide with the opening.