Amy Justman's career as a crossover soprano has spanned musical theater, classical music, jazz and beyond. She made her Broadway debut in the revival of Company, performing the role of Susan as well as playing piano as part of the actor‐orchestra. This past season, she joined her 6th Broadway company, covering and performing for both Renée Fleming and Jessie Mueller in the revival of Carousel. Recently, Amy stood by for and performed 3 principal roles in the Broadway a cappella musical, In Transit, coming directly from the Broadway company of The Phantom of the Opera, where she performed the role of Carlotta. Other theatrical credits include A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder on Broadway, the 25th Anniversary National Tour of Phantom, both the Broadway and Pioneer Theatre companies of White Christmas, Clara in the off-Broadway revival of Passion at Classic Stage Company, Heidi in [title of show] for the regional premiere at Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and four productions with City Center Encores. Amy's concert work includes Peep Bo in The Mikado at Carnegie Hall, Cinderella and Rapunzel in Disney on Classic with the Tokyo Philharmonic, covering Kelli O'Hara in Lucky to Be Me at New York City Opera, and Jessie in Mahagonny Songspiel at the Ravinia Festival. She has also been a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Bernstein's Mass, recording on Naxos), New York City Ballet, Fire Island Opera Festival, Great Music in a Great Space, American Modern Ensemble, American Symphony Orchestra, the Kurt Weill Fest, American Opera Projects, Berkshire Bach Society, Broadway Chamber Players, Master Chorale of South Florida and Natchez Opera Festival. Her studio work includes the jazz recordings Songs for Pickles and Hoagy Carmichael: The Stardust Road, as well as Tania León's Grammy-nominated Inura. She received her MM from Manhattan School of Music and her BA from Yale University, where she has been a voice teacher for the Shen Curriculum for Musical Theater. She lives in New York with her husband, writer Dave Itzkoff, and their son, Max.