Roles & Repertoire

Here you can find a list of some of my solo roles as well as my solo repertoire. This page will be updated regulary.

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  • Solos
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Composer Role Musical
Jason Robert Brown Woman 2 Songs for a New World
Cole Porter Ensemble Anything Goes
Frank Loesser Rosemary How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
William Flynn Olive Ostrovsky 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Cole Porter Ensemle Concert Performance 'Anything Goes at the Cadogan Hall'
Rodgers and Hammerstein Julie Jordan Carousel
Euripides Andromache Trojan Women
Stiles and Drewe Penny/Lowbutt/ Maureen/ Henrietta Honk! The Musical
Hardwicke/Smith Gerda The Snow Queen
Composer Role Opera
Handel Semele Semele
Janacek Fox Cub The Cunning Little Vixen
Stravinsky Ensemble The Rake's Progress
Mozart Bastienne Bastien und Bastienne
Composer Role Opera
Humperdinck Gretel Hansel and Gretel
Mozart Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro
Composer Work Solo
Telemann Kantate: Seele, lerne dich erkennen Soprano
Buxtehude Cantate Domino Soprano II
J.S Bach Actus Tragicus Soprano
Goodall Eternal Light Soprano
Britten Hymn to St Cecilia Soprano
Karl Jenkins The Armed Man Soprano
Faure Requiem Soprano
Bruckner Te Deum Soprano
J.S. Bach Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich Soprano
Handel Messiah Soprano
J.S. Bach Magnificat Soprano II
Tallis Spem in Alium Soprano VI
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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee "Vocally and theatrically, it is Emily Goad’s Olive Ostrovsky who engages most. Goad brings a huge vocal energy to the stage but doesn’t overdo the little girl whose parents are too busy to care. As written, Olive clearly loves words, what Goad brings out is that they are a replacement for something missing in her life." Reviewer: Thom Dibdin (All Edinburgh Theatre)
Songs For A New World "Special mention, however, simply must be reserved for Emily Goad. Faced with subject matter ranging from a desperate woman threatening suicide to get the attention of her philandering husband, a woman faced with the adage ‘be careful what you wish for’, through to the frustrated confessions of a rather neglected Mrs. Claus (yes, as in Santa’s wife!) Goad simply oozes with charisma. Even when purely providing backing vocals to other songs or serving to rearrange the set, there is just something eminently watchable about her – my advice would be; look out for this one in the future, she deserves to really go places!" Reviewer: Allan Scott-Douglas (Edinburgh 247)
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