Victoria Lauzun began her love affair with music and vocal performance at a very young age. As she discovered the world of acting and musical theatre, it all fell into place, and she couldn’t imagine her life without pursuing that dream. She left her hometown in Michigan immediately following high school to attend The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, in New York City.
She would soon find out her place as a quirky, yet refined ingénue with a warm and worldly soprano voice, allowing her to transition easily into a mature leading lady. Her versatility in voice and character would go on to help her find a niche in multiple genres, from children’s theatre to classic works. At the historic Gene Frankel Theatre in New York City she played Magdalena in the powerful and moving “Alba." Victoria delved into the world of classic rock as a special guest artist for the Westchester-based band, The Thornwoods.
Her portrayal of Marian Paroo in “The Music Man” at the Westchester Broadway Theatre in New York brought her many accolades on the beauty of her voice. Her portrayal of Mother in “Ragtime”, also at the Westchester Broadway Theatre, brought her remarkable reviews..
A recent transplant to South Florida, she has landed such roles as Edith Piaf in “Piaf”, where audience members who had seen Piaf perform live during the war garnered such compliments as “Victoria’s mannerisms, voice, and facial expressions were spot on”, as well as a review from the Boca Raton Tribune stating “Ms. Lauzun embodies the soul of the Little Sparrow”. She has also recently portrayed the Baker's Wife in “Into the Woods" at Crest Theatre, Inga in “Young Frankenstein”, and "The Wick" and Broward Stage Door. Her focus, drive, uncanny memorization skills, and fine-tuned musical ear have warranted her such testimonials as, “You have done more for the company’s professionalism than any other performer in the past decade."