After four years, this Broadway Baby still calls Australia home.

Originally from California, Courtney began her professional career at Sacramento Music Circus, one of the oldest and most respected regional theatres in the United States.

At 17, she was accepted to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she completed her BFA in Drama.  Shortly after graduation, she made her Broadway debut in the original cast of THE WOMAN IN WHITE, understudying and performing the title role under the direction of Sir Trevor Nunn.  In years to follow, Courtney began to establish herself as a leading lady in regional theatres across the country, before accepting a two-year contract with Disney Cruise Line as a principal vocalist.

Since relocating to Australia with her husband (a born and bred Sydney-sider), Courtney has appeared in productions for Squabbalogic (Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me Kate), The New Theatre (Sweeney Todd), The Alex Theatre (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown), StageArt (Nine, The Full Monty).  In 2017, she made her debut with The Production Company in their acclaimed revival of Brigadoon, and returned the following year for their production of Oklahoma!. In 2016, she had the great honour of singing the role of Mary Turner in Of Thee I Sing at the Sydney Opera House.

Last year saw Courtney in Sweeney Todd for LifeLike Touring starring Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley, the Victorian tour of Sunday in the Park with George and her third appearance with The Production Co in Ragtime.

She has recently returned back to Australia from New York after playing Guenevere in Sierra Repertory Theatre’s Camelot.

In addition to a busy performing career, Courtney enjoys teaching yoga at a popular Melbourne studio, running around St Kilda with her rescue dog named Tippi, and acting on the board of a non-profit organisation that coordinates live music programming to various hospitals and adult-living facilities.

Miss Glass’ stagecraft and finesse give her a sheer professional edge. She is all style, with clear, pure vocals. Glamorous.” STAGE WHISPERS