Valerie’s first love is the stage – she is a proud card carrying member of the Actors Equity Association. Previous musical credits include: Rose in Gypsy, Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers, Nancy in OLIVER!, Sheila in A Chorus Line, Miss Hannigan in Annie, Miss Mona and Doatsey Mae in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Elsa (The Baroness) in The Sound of Music, Sweet Sue in SUGAR, Dolores Dante in Working, Stella Deems in Follies, Marta in Company, Lucille Early in No, No Nanette, to name a few.

She originated the role of Texas Guinan in Jenny & Me,  a new musical by Darryl Hickman, which had its premiere at The York Theatre (NYC); Ginger in And I Always Will (a new play by Diana Canova) which premiered at The Wilton Playshop (CT); and Mother in Eco (a post-apocalyptic musical) which has debuted at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

Valerie appeared in many plays including Felicia Dantine in I Hate Hamlet, the Courtezan/Solinus in The Comedy of Errors, April Green in The Hot L Baltimore, Bunny Flingus in The House of Blue Leaves, Belinda/Flavia in Noises Off and the Police Officer in ...And Call Me In the Morning.

Ms. diLorenzo was a principal in such musical revues as: And The World Goes Round, Oh, Coward!, All Kinds of People, Blame it on the Movies, COLE!, The Grand Tour (songs of Jerry Herman), How Lucky Can You Get (songs of Kander & Ebb), Revisiting Stephen Sondheim, The Most Happy Fella (songs of Frank Loesser), By George, It's Gershwin and One More For The Road (Songs of Johnny Mercer).

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