Everything listed under: Joy Hermalyn

  • Anna Christie

    Come see Joy as Marthy Owen in the world premiere music drama based on Eugene O'Neill's award-winning play. 

    When: October 4 - 21

    Where: Encompass New Opera Theater, 138 South Oxford Street, Suite 1A, Brooklyn, NY

    Tickets and more information


    "As Marthy, Chris's goodtime girl and Jimmy-the-Priest's saloon regular, mezzo-soprano Joy Hermalyn also deserves mention. She provides comic relief and captures the portrayal of a denizen of an O'Neill dive bar perfectly."
    Talkin’ Broadway - James Wilson

    "In the brief but memorable role of Marthy, Chris’s aging girlfriend and longtime seafaring companion, the versatile Joy Hermalyn used her powerful lower range and impressive comic gifts to sketch a vivid, likably colorful character…and performed with outstanding diction!"
    ZealNYC - Josh Rosenblum

    "Joy Hermalyn brought a brassy mezzo-soprano and prickly bearing as Marthy, a colorful old regular at Chris’s favorite dingy pub."
    NY Classical Review - Eric Simpson

    "Marthy was played in a brief but funny & endearing performance by Joy Hermalyn."
    Schmopera.com - Loren Lester

  • Disney's Beauty and the Beast

    "Joy Hermalyn shines as Madame de la Grande Bouche, the opera star turned into a chest of drawers. Short, well-sung bursts of opera and plenty of comic moments are handled nicely here."  
    - Sally Applegate, Wicked Local Beverly

    Tale as old as time... Don't miss Joy in Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST!

    When: July 11 - 30

    Where: Bill Hanney's North Shore Music Theatre, 62 Dunham Road, Beverly, MA

    For tickets and more information visit: www.nsmt.org

  • Hamlet. A Version

    "Joy Hermalyn is an excellent Gertrude, conveying all of the necessary regality and fragility." 
    - Darryl Reilly, TheaterScene.net

    "Joy Hermalyn as Gertrude and Khris Lewin as Horatio stand out above the rest, and the scene between them, in which one cunningly manipulates the other to the edge of their comfortable lies, is masterful." 
    - Virginia Jiminez, Times Square Chronicles

    Joy Hermalyn in Hamlet. A Version

    Come see Joy play Gertrude in HAMLET. A VERSION

    Red Lab, in association with Roust Theatre Company, presents Boris Akunin’s HAMLET. A VERSION. This world premiere by the celebrated Georgian-born writer and dissident of Putin’s Russia, internationally famous for the cycle of fictional detective novels THE ADVENTURES OF ERAST FANDORIN, re-engineers Shakespeare’s classic tragedy in an ingeniously innovative vein.

    Set in a crumbling hierarchical empire, HAMLET. A VERSION shifts the usual focus from the iconic philosophical title character to the intrigue, opportunism, and political scheming of a burgeoning police state. This starkly realized new world order, insidiously ushered in by murderous and destabilizing tactics, provides a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘something is rotten in the state of Denmark.’

    When: April 21 - May 7

    Where: The Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street, New York City

    For tickets and more information visit: www.akuninhamlet.com