On The Spot @ Broadway Comedy Club
Most recently, Lora joined the On The Spot family in their 8th season to sing some great tunes for some incredible improvisers to create a musical plot around!
This performance was on Monday August 21st at Broadway Comedy Club in New York City.
Learn more about On the Spot here.
Sisterhood Staged Reading
"When Emily, the first queer president of any sorority on campus, is faced with a harassment charge from an anonymous sister, loyalties are questioned and the meaning behind sisterhood is put to the test."
Lora played Sophie in the staged reading premiere
of Caitland Winsett's Sisterhood at The Chain Theatre on Monday, August 14th, at 7pm. The reading was well received to its packed, sold-out house!
Next Stop Broadway Showcase @ The Triad
Lora, under the direction of Linda Ray & Bob Goldstone performed in Next Stop Broadway's in "Spring Song" showcase at the beautiful and intimate Triad Theatre in Manhattan.
12.9.22 - 12.18.22
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever:
Photos by Bill Crowell of Budget Artist
Lora was delighted to help finish out Millbrook Playhouse's 59th season in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical as Betty, directed by Michael Schloegl, in Mill Hall, PA! Having loved the story as a kid, she had a blast bringing the musical to life with the talented Millbrook Youth Ensemble. This was their first production with a combined cast of Youth Ensemble members and professionals-- it was a great success!
Lora, along with a talented cast put together by Rainbow Sun Productions, rang in the holiday season with "The Songs of Rankin/Bass" at 54 Below--and she made her 54 Below debut in the process! The show was accompanied by the incredible Joshua Turchin and hosted by Katie Nail. Along with many fun group numbers, she sang a jazzy rendition of "Frosty the Snowman," which can be watched below!
"The Songs of Rankin / Bass" @ 54 Below
Photo Credit: Eli Bolin
Lora was excited to take part in The Drama Company's 'Comeback Cabaret' series at Don't Tell Mama's in Midtown Manhattan, hosted by Sara Laursen. While she had previously been to Don't Tell Mama's as a guest, this was her first time as a performer, and she had a blast singing a favorite of hers: "What More Do I Need?" from Stephen Sondheim's Saturday Night.
Super Secret Arts Cabaret
Lora was ecstatic to be making her NYC debut in Super Secret Art's weekly cabaret in Gowanus, Brooklyn, hosted by Jake McKenna with musical direction by Toby Singer. This gorgeous loft space offered great acoustics and a cozy setting to sing two songs she loves: "I Don't Know What I'd Do" from A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder and "Room" by Shaina Taub.