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Trolley Song

There's No Business Like Showbusiness 

All That Jazz

Almost Like Being in Love

This Can't Be Love

Sing Happy

Stormy Weather


I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

Puttin' On the Ritz

Stepping Out With My Baby

I Got Rhythm

Happy Days Are Here Again

Get Happy

When The Saints Go Marching In

Brotherhood of Man


Happy Days Are Here Again


Maybe This Time

The Man That Got Away

If Love Were All

A Quiet Thing

What the World Needs Now

Somewhere Over the Rainbow



Lisa Jason is a seasoned singer, songwriter, dancer, concert and rock performer, whose close relationship with music began at a young age. Lisa's original work as a writer and performer has earned rave reviews across the nation and has graced many notable New York City stages. Her unyielding musical passion began by listening to her mother's album collection, inclusive of her idol, Judy Garland. Lisa has performed her co-written and produced one woman Judy Garland show for the past fifteen years in venues from New York, to New England, and the South.  As a singer and songwriter, Lisa has performed with and recorded alongside many notable figures in the music industry including Denny Dias: original founding member of Steely, Dan, Huey Lewis and the News, KC and the Sunshine Band, Otis Day and the Nights, The Hooters, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, the original cast of The Jersey Boys, Alan Menken and at the special request of Aerosmith. Lisa currently writes and releases songs in collaboration with songwriters and musicians in Nashville, Muscle Shoals Alabama, and New York City, inclusive of David Hood, (original bass player with the famed, "Swampers"), Will McFarlane, (Guitarist, Bonnie Raitt Band), Yaron Gershovsky, (Musical Director, Manhattan Transfer), David Mann, (Saxaphone for Sting, Paul Simon, The Saturday Night Live Band), and Emily Bindiger, (The Accidentals). Her recent release hit the top 40 on the Positive Country charts in Nashville. Lisa has three full albums to her credit and her original song, "Beautiful Child", was adopted by the March of Dimes for their national campaign. Lisa has been a featured performer with The Cape Cod Symphony and the Atlantic Symphony. As a dancer Lisa has worked extensively in the Professional Dance and Disability Communities in New York City and Boston as an educator, choreographer, and movement coach, and has danced in Jaqulyn Buglisi's, tribute to 9/11, "Table of Silence Project, at Lincoln Center.



Accomplished Musical Theater and Pop Performer, Lucia has been seen starring on Broadway in the role of Rosina with Chazz Palminteri in A Bronx Tale, The Musical directed by Robert DeNiro and Jerry Zacks and as Tony Pro’s wife in Martin Scorsese's THE IRISHMAN with such notables as Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Harvey Keitel and Joe Pesci. She has also appeared in the 2020 Dark Comedy LOOKS THAT KILL. Lucia has most recently returned from working on the new play Me Before You at Gable Stage featuring music by Grammy Award winning Christian Bush and has just completed filming Hallmark’s A Christmas Spectacular. Some additional credits include Broadway's Les Miserables and Leap of Faith, The Public Theater’s World Premiere of Disney’s Hercules, the National Tour of Les Miserables, and Godspell. Lucia has performed concerts at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Radio City and the Kennedy Center with such notables as Alan Menken, Patti LuPone, Jason Mraz, Patti  LaBelle, Liza Minnelli, Mariah Carey and Elton John. She has been seen on the Tony Awards, America's Got Talent, The David Letterman Show, and the 2016 Miss America Pageant. Lucia  has taught in the Massachusetts Public School system and privately in New York City. Including  Master classes in Musical Theater with various accredited New York casting & music directors. Lucia holds a BFA from Boston University’s College of Fine Arts. Lucia is a proud member of the Tony Award and Grammy Award winning Broadway Inspirational Voices.

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