©2019 by Emily Elizabeth Cobb.

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ABOUT ME

Emily has been hooked on theatre most of her life and has enjoyed performing with various local and regional professional theatre companies over the years. A native of Bucks County, PA, Emily has just graduated from Wagner College as a theatre performance major and dance minor. In the near future, she intends to remain in New York to pursue her lifelong dream.

REVIEWS

Out In Jersey

HEATHERS THE MUSICAL

"Playing yellow-clad Heather McNamara, the delightful Emily Cobb manages the difficult task of balancing sensitivity with comedy in addressing issues of bulimia with aplomb. She also delivers the standout vocal performance of the night in the understated song, 'Lifeboat.'"
- Matty Daley

Philadelphia Inquirer

HAIRSPRAY

"Standouts include Emily Cobb as Penny Pingleton, gawky-funny as Tracy's sidekick."
-John Timpane

The Sandpaper

HAIRSPRAY

"Cobb transformed from dowdy to stunning, displaying more legs than a Perdue Chicken supermarket display."
-TheSandpaper.net

The Columbia Paper

MAMMA MIA

"Are there rewards in this production? A few. Discovering and following the redheaded chorus kid who dances with extra eye-grabbing specificity and verve. (I think it is Emily Cobb.)" 
- Marion Hunter

REVIEWS

Out In Jersey

HEATHERS THE MUSICAL

"Playing yellow-clad Heather McNamara, the delightful Emily Cobb manages the difficult task of balancing sensitivity with comedy in addressing issues of bulimia with aplomb. She also delivers the standout vocal performance of the night in the understated song, 'Lifeboat.'"
- Matty Daley

Philadelphia Inquirer

HAIRSPRAY

"Standouts include Emily Cobb as Penny Pingleton, gawky-funny as Tracy's sidekick."
-John Timpane

The Sandpaper

HAIRSPRAY

"Cobb transformed from dowdy to stunning, displaying more legs than a Perdue Chicken supermarket display."
-TheSandpaper.net

The Columbia Paper

MAMMA MIA

"Are there rewards in this production? A few. Discovering and following the redheaded chorus kid who dances with extra eye-grabbing specificity and verve. (I think it is Emily Cobb.)" 
- Marion Hunter