Composer - Musician

Harmony Manor Musicals



A gifted musician since she was a child, Linda Uzelac continues to demonstrate passion for all aspects of music and musical theater. She enthusiastically inspires others to excellence, and consistently pursues development of quality theater for children.


As co-owner of the Village Playhouses of Roswell, in the Atlanta area, Linda serves as Musical Director and CFO, helping to produce eighteen shows each year, half of them for children. Her theater experience also includes assisting in the musical preparation of revues and musicals, as well as playing piano in the pit for professional theaters including Callaway Gardens and Actor's Express. A music director for numerous production companies since 1973, she has accompanied, orchestrated, and coordinated countless musical revues, from community theater to off-Broadway. She has taught and accompanied oratorio and choral groups for 22 years, including many appearances at the Hartford Symphony.

A solo concert performer for more than 20 years, she specializes in classical piano. As a gifted accompanist, she has worked in a broad range of musical styles, serving as sole accom panist to renowned opera singers from Lincoln Center, accompanying popular cabarets, and supporting classical instrumentalists in competition. In addition, she shares her talents by teaching piano lessons. 

Composer and co-founder of Harmony Manor Musicals, she has orchestrated original scores for twelve musicals that celebrate traditional moral values, delight audiences, and inspire young performers to new levels of excellence. Linda works with Mercy alumna, collaborator, and friend, June McInerney ('69), and their work has been produced from Nova Scotia to Georgia. They have successfully licensed family-oriented musical plays, Biblical plays, and plays for children suitable for production by school, church, community, or professional theaters. June celebrates Linda's substantial impact on cast members, noting her remarkable ability to instill confidence in young and old through her enthusiasm and personal care. “She is by far one of the best examples of our college's motto be thou consumed in service, using her talents and abilities to inspire others to use their talents and ensuring the welfare and happiness of others.”