Emily Cox is a versatile performer who has been seen across the nation in musical theatre, cabaret, opera and solo orchestral works. Described as a 'gifted singer' with 'an endearing voice and not to be missed comedic timing', her numerous roles include Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, the Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd, Marian Paroo in "The Music Man", Despina in Cosi fan tutte, and Cinderella in "Into the Woods". Chicagoland credits include the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, the "D:Activate" concert series in correlation with the City of Chicago, the Chicago Folks Operetta, Music for Theatre Chicago, Petite Opera, Main Street Opera, and Davenport's Piano Bar. Her one-woman show, 'SWIPE LEFT: Dating in the Windy City Blows", is was a featured production of the 2019 Chicago Fringe Festival and Elgin Fringe Festival; it is slated as a featured production during the inaugural 2020 Chicago Cabaret Week, sponsored by the City of Chicago. Ms Cox is an active member of Opera on Tap, the Chicago Cabaret Professionals, the Chicago Vocal Arts Consortium, and New Brew Chicago. She holds a Masters of Music from the University of Northern Colorado and Bachelor of Music Performance from the University of Evansville; she graduated from both establishments with honors.