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Valerie J. diLorenzo, a Westchester native, has been involved in the performing arts as a singer, actress and teaching artist for over 20 years. A proud member of the Actors Equity Association, some of her favorite theatrical credits include: Rose in Gypsy, Mrs. Johnstone in Bloodbrothers, Sheila in A Chorus Line, Nancy in Oliver!, Miss Hannigan in Annie, Stella Deems in Follies, Dolores Dante in Working, Bunny in The House of Blue Leaves, the Courtesan in The Comedy of Errors and Belinda in Noises Off. Valerie’s one-woman shows have been defined as “…a seamless venture of magic in the making.” Her voice and showmanship have been critically acclaimed for presenting interesting and exciting music matched by "a beautiful voice, the kind most musical theatre wanna bees aspire to... and an engaging demeanor most society hostesses would give their eye tooth for.” She has been featured at numerous cabarets and clubs in the Metropolitan area and her one-woman shows have toured extensively up and down the East Coast. Valerie has been singing the National Anthem for the New York Mets for 14 seasons. Valerie’s also has an extensive history as a Teaching Artist specializing in workshops in Vocal Performance, Song Styling and Music Theatre Skills. She has taught children and adults of all ages at various venues including: Lincoln Center, NYU, Baltimore Arts Council, Pennyslvania State Theatre, Helen Hayes Center for the Performing Arts, SUNY and CUNY colleges, and numerous school and organizations throughout the New York area. Her musical theatre program, Theatrix, was honored by Lincoln Center as an exemplary integration of the theatrical and creative into the classroom. She also maintains a private voice studio. Visit her on the web at www.valeriedilorenzo.com.