Emma Claye is an up and coming actress, singer, and songwriter based in New York City. As an actress Emma, has performed in various theatre and

musical theatre productions in addition television and film. She’s studied at The New York Film Academy, Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and currently

studies under Anthony Abeson. A versatile vocalist, Emma has sang on various stages from the Kennedy Center to Rockwood Music Hall. In addition

to performing, she is a singer-songwriter and

released her first EP, "Arts and Sciences" a compilation of original pop-soul and R&B songs in 2014. Emma continues to write new music and perform in

New York City creating honest and dynamic art through music and acting.






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August 24-26, 2018

Dixon Place


Following an interracial family living in the Morningside Park area of New York’s

Upper West Side over the course of a weekend; TUMBLEWEED is an American

Family drama about a young girl named Willow whose off-putting natural hair

combined with both her family’s open acceptance of it and lack of maintenance,

causes controversy in the household. 


Life in Color: A Night of Untold Stories

Friday June 1, 2018

Rockwood Music Hall, 



Kim Onah and Cynthia Meng bring you a night of original music written for and/or

by brilliant WOMEN OF COLOR. The music focuses on the stories we so often forget

to tell and listen to: those of women and people of color.

Join us for a night that celebrates these incredibly important and

beautiful voices!




Wild Young Hearts: The Marcus Scott Songbook

Thursday May 24, 2018

54 Below, 9:30-10:30pm


The concert explores the world of what Scott calls ‘Afro-Americana’ and what it could

be through his music and lyrics. The centerpiece of the concert is Scott’s show Cherry

Bomb (2017 Drama League First Stage in Artist Residence and Finalist for National

Black Theater’s I am Soul and Yale Institute for Musical Theatre’s residencies), an

original musical that tells the story of an ambitious young man and the depths he and

his high school friends will go to in ensuring that they and their dreams have a place

in the world.


Musical Theatre Factory: The Next Movement

Monday May 21, 2018

Joe's Pub, 7-9:30pm


In celebration of our second year of Musical Theatre Factory's People of Color

Representation Roundtable, get your tickets to a one-night-only concert on Monday

at 7pm at Joe's Pub of thrilling new musical theatre songs by people of color! Don't

miss out on this truly unique and sorely needed showcase of some of the talents, verve,

tenacity, passion and individuality of musical theatre artists of color.


Musical Theatre Factory: 4 x 15

Friday May 18, 2018

Musical Theatre Factory, 8-11pm


Four new musicals will present 15 minutes of fully-staged materials for a public

audience. This is a great opportunity to see what development of these new projects

looks like at an early stage, and to hear from the authors and creative teams about

their developmental process!