Amy is the recipient of the 2018/19 Playwrights Program prize for her play DIRTY DIRTY. The play will receive an intensive development, followed by an industry reading in New York City in 2019. More information is available here.
Amy’s wrote the latest episode and season finale of GIRL TALES, “The Princesses of Maple Street,” directed by Rebecca Cunningham. The episode is available for in-browser listening here, or on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, with other ways to listen here. Amy’s excited to contribute to a podcast geared towards young listeners with the intention of creating feminist fairy tales for a new generation.
Amy is excited to officially become an affiliated artist of New Georges. As a long-time fan and follower of this amazing company, she’s super excited to be further involved and get the chance to work more closely with these wonderful folx whom she greatly admires.
Dixon Place will present The Alternate Possibilities of Our Past and Future History with Particular Regard to the Identification of the Eastern Puma and the Corps of Discovery on October 3rd, 2018, directed by Alex Tobey, and with music by Nathan Salstone (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).
The play features:
Clare McNulty (TBS, Search Party)
Omen Sade (Pipeline Theatre Company, Corpse Backpack)
Arielle Siegel (Ars Nova/Atlantic Stage 2, The Witchelor)
Nicole Spiezio (Netflix, The Characters)
Jen Tsay (Ars Nova Ant Fest, I Am This For You)
I'm grateful for the chance to be spending much of August in a developmental workshop of a new play of mine at The Flea Theater, under the direction of Kate Moore Heaney, featuring Jon Cook*, Adam Coy*, Deanna Henson, Jennifer Parkhill*, and Alexandra Slater*.
* designates an actor as a Bat, a member of The Flea's resident acting company