Elizabeth Young-Collins  
  • About
  • Performer/singer/producer and writer of her own shows (6 shows of "Why Be Normal (when you really are extraordinary)" at Comedy Sports, Indy in 2018; Play (6 shows) in 2019 "The Day Penny Drowned" at District Theatre, Indy. Performed in Anything Goes at Carmel IN's Civic Theatre, Christmas shows for Boston Police & South Boston's Chamber of Commerce, MA for 15 years; Scenic Tour Director, Travel industry for American Cruise Lines in Cincinnati, OH in 2017, Indianapolis and nationally. For four last years hired by IndyFringe and District Theatre, Churches, Restaurants, Meals on Wheels, Terrific Speakers Bureau and Crackers Comedy Club as singer and comedienne. Personas: Singing Ms. Santa, Patsy Cline, Marilyn Monroe. Singer for more than 25 years for public and private orgs, individuals, businesses. Target audience: Baby boomers, families at Christmas and holidays, public at events where I MC for races, fundraisers and other special events. Accents: French, British, Irish, Italian.
  • Genre(s)
    Pop Americana Soft
  • Venues
    restaurant corporate events Music Venues Concert Halls
  • Followers
    6
  • Following
    1
  • Events
    0
  • Live Streams
    3
Featured Music  (2)
Patsy Cline's Anytime
Oct 20, 2020 concert
Why Be Normal
One woman show
Other Videos  (1)
Biography

Elizabeth was nicknamed Betsy and that was also the name of most of the cows in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania where she was born.  The sixth-born of seven rambunctious children, she spent a lot of time yelling "Hey, wait for me!" and holding her breath at large family dinners until she could get a word in edge-wise.  Now, her husband's favorite song during Christmas is Silent Night as he rarely gets one.  In other words (actually with many words), she has found her voice.  She sings her heart out and writes empowering stories about how it's never too late to live your dreams.

 

Awards & Appreciations
  • Citation of Excellence


  • Reviews from Indy Star and Elizabeth's customers throughout the years.