‘Bug Therapy’: Watch First Clip For New Animated Film Voiced By Meghan Trainor, Dr. Phil, Sterling K. Brown, Jay Leno & Tom Green — TIFF
In Bug Therapy, Citronella (Trainor), a mosquito who faints at the sight of blood, tries to muster the courage to attend group therapy, led by Dr. Pill (Dr. Phil McGraw), to overcome her phobia. She learns that everyone faces mental health struggles – Stick Bug (Brown) battles depression over never feeling seen, Fly (Leno) is OCD/germaphobe and can’t stop washing his hands, Grasshopper (Green) suffers from addiction to coffee, Praying Mantis (Goglia) is narcissistic/delusional and believes she’s God, Dragonfly couple (film writers Michael Jann and Michele Jourdan) are co-dependent, and Spider (Reisig) tries to overcome his phobia of spiders.
"She'd been looking at the ground when I started but when I did my first run, she looked up and made direct eye contact with me," says Goglia. "I swear, it was like she turned her chair around on The Voice. It was so reassuring." --People.com
"Emily's lessons have already paid off as she not only performed as part of the ensemble of Fox's Grease: Live earlier this year, but she's also got an upcoming one-woman show titled Stages at 54 Below in New York City on May 13!" - Perez Hilton
Times Square Chronicles -
Emily Goglia Shines at the Metropolitan Room
"Her voice is phenomenal. One of the most versatile and incredible voices I’ve heard live. But beyond her sensational vocal capability is Goglia’s ability to interpret a song with depth and humanity, making each lyric her own."
3D Theatricals Kinky Boots Wows Audiences
Goglia gives Lauren plenty of feisty, girl-next-door appeal while belting high notes to the rafters
3-D THEATRICALS CERRITOS KINKY BOOTS REVIEW
Lauren (Emily Goglia) has been unlucky in love and shares her litany of failed romances in a showstopper: “The History of Wrong Guys”; her performance shines as the production standout in my eyes.
REVIEW: "Kinky Boots" — 3-D Theatricals at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts
Lauren (Emily Goglia), a pretty working class girl who develops a scorching crush on Charlie. Ms. Goglia, in particular, excels greatly in her “The History of Wrong Guys,” both in vocal power and antic acting…one of the funniest scenes in the show.
Broadway World Review:
In the Calm Before the Storm, Randy Rainbow Throws an ELECTION EVE PARTY at Birdland
"Emily Goglia (GREASE LIVE!) and John Pinto Jr. (THE BOOK OF MORMON) truly blew the room away with a feverish presentation of Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer's "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" (Paul Jabara/Bruce Roberts)."
People Who Do - Interview
"Emily Goglia is talented beyond words. Literally. Not only is she the writer behind her own solo cabaret show,"STAGES", but with a background in singing, acting and dancing she's equipped to consistently implement next-level performances and in this most recent show, she does just that. We got to hang out one Saturday afternoon in Chelsea where we got to talk about writing, performing, (...our favorite brand of almond milk...) and most importantly, do-ing."
STAGES: GIRL MEETS BOY, BOY MEETS BOY, GIRL MEETS DRINK REVIEWS
The show was fantastic! Emily Goglia is a star, just wait, she will be a household name soon enough. Creative, personable, funny, lovely, and what a voice.
"Goglia is dynamic as Maureen. She energizes the show, especially with her interpretation of "Over the Moon." Goglia has the vinegar that her character requires to be both aggravating and lovable." -- TheatreMania
San Gabriel Tribune
"Yet the two finest performances come from its two most colorful characters. Emily Goglia gives the activist performance artist Maureen the drive and the edginess to make the show's send-up of performance art both very funny and very serious at the same time." -- San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Stage Scene LA
"Goglia reprises her scene-stealingly quirkly star turn as Maureen from Rent Downtown 2011, making “Over The Moon” as show-stopping a performance piece as it’s ever been...(Their “Take Me Or Leave Me” brings down the house.)" -- Stage Scene LA
The Kwajalein Hourglass
"Four members of the New York-based USO Show Troupe visited U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein Atoll this week to perform for the community of Kwajalein June 16. Part of a series of island-hopping shows the group is doing in the Pacific, the Thursday night performance featured an assortment of patriotic big band-era classics mixed with 1950s and 1960s pop hits."