Victoria's single "Nights Like This (Your Mom)," the joyful, rhythmic brainchild of Lydia Benecke, has been released on all music platforms.
Broadway Records has re-released the original cast album of Golden Boy Of The Blue Ridge for its 10th Anniversary.
Check them out on Spotify, Apple Music, or wherever you listen!
ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Victoria is featured on Artists In Residence, a benefit album written and recorded entirely in quarantine. Produced by Andrew Gerle and released by Broadway Records, all proceeds benefit The Actors Fund and the Dramatists Guild Association.
Available for purchase on Broadway Records website, or wherever music is streamed/sold.
Listen to Victoria's performance of Peter Mills "Two Buoys" on the AUDIO page.
A COMPLICATED WOMAN
Victoria played the roles of Ethel/Myrtle in the New York Theatre Barn's presentation of A Complicated Woman, written by Jonathan Brielle, Ianne Fields Stewart, and Sam Salmond.
Directed by Jeff Calhoun, this piece explores the complicated life of John Kenley: the Broadway impresario who spent their summers running a successful regional theatre as John, and their winters in Florida as a woman named Jean. For more information on J. Kenley's life, click HERE for a brief documentary.
A SCORE TO SETTLE
Victoria's voice can be heard in the new Shawn Ku film, A Score To Settle, starring Nicolas Cage and Benjamin Bratt.
Victoria and Eli Zoller's haunting, new arrangement of "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" (orig. written by Harry Carroll & Joseph McCarthy) plays over the credits of the film.
Victoria was featured in last month's Harmony: POP concert at Green Room 42: An evening of harmony arrangements of popular music - hosted, arranged, and produced by Jake Odmark.
Victoria was part of a trio with Mike Harrison and Gabe Violett, singing "Attention" by Charlie Puth.
Video of their performance can be viewed HERE.
THE MUSIC OF BEN CLARK
Victoria performed four songs as part of Ben Clark's inaugural musical theatre concert at Green Room 42.
Ben Clark is still a largely unknown composer, unless you've heard his unforgettable music. A new voice in American musical theatre, for the past decade Clark has contributed music and lyrics for three musicals: The Circus in Winter, Skin and Bones, and the very recent Bruno and the Gospel of Infinity. Composing on guitar, drawing influence from artists like Jeff Buckley, Dave Matthews, and Martin Sexton, Clark's writing style is a story-driven blend of folk, Americana, and rock.
LOLITA, MY LOVE
Victoria recently completed a staged reading of Lolita, My Love - a musical version of Vladimir Nabokov's infamous novel, "Lolita."
Presented as part of the York Theatre Company's Musicals In Mufti series, this is the first time Lolita, My Love has been seen since its pre-broadway closing out of town in the early 70's.
Victoria is thrilled to be reuniting with her Prospect Theater Company family for a one-night-only concert performance of The Flood by Peter Mills and Cara Reichel. Inspired by the historic 1993 flooding of the Mississippi River, this special performance will benefit hurricane-affected communities in Puerto Rico. Victoria will be revisiting the role of Susan, singing one of her all-time favorite songs, "Its Amazing The Things That Float."
LINCOLN CENTER ORIGINALS
Victoria was honored to be a part of the very first Lincoln Center Originals: Songwriters - an evening of musical theatre songwriters performing original songs inspired by the Lincoln Center campus. She sang a brand new piece by Andrew Gerle entitled, "Verdi."
View their performance HERE.
SKIN & BONES
Victoria participated in Muse Match: a benefit concert pairing up-and-coming composers with up-and-coming performers to create brand new songs.
Paired with Nathan Dame and Rob Baumgartner, Victoria performed a kick-ass song called "David."
Watch it on Youtube HERE.
PETER PAN: THE BOY WHO HATED MOTHERS
Victoria played Captain Hook (and others) in Columbia Stages' production of Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers. Directed by Christopher Murrah.
See images in the Production Still Gallery.