In just a few short weeks, Amber will once again team up with Flying V as they head to the Big Apple for the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival! She is thrilled to be playing Bridget in Seamus Sullivan's Valkyrie in the Roller Disco. Tickets for their session (Friday, Aug 12th--6:30!) and further information on the festival can be found here.
Amber is also thrilled to announce that she has accepted the role of Maria in LiveArt DC's upcoming production of Love's LaBeers Lost --a fully immersive production/re-imagining of Shakespeare's (classic...?) Loves Labours Lost. The production will be running September 28th-October 22nd. Check back here for updates and ticket information!
Amber is currently in rehearsals for Flying V's staged reading of Brother Mario to be performed at Awesome Con 2016. She is attempting to master her floaty-jump game as--surprisingly Chekhovian--Princess Peach. Come check us out Friday at 2pm! Tickets for Awesome Con can be purchased through their website
Amber has returned to her villainous roots and is playing "the Evil Queen" in NextStop Theatre's new kung-fu, action packed, Bechdel Test passing adaptation of Snow White. (Amber also plays a couple of dwarves and the less-evil queen aka: the nice Queen.)
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"Have Yourself A Merry Lincoln Christmas!"
DCMTW--the company for whom Amber is a co-producer-- will be presenting a completely delightful Christmas Concert with our home sponsor, Lincoln Temple UCC.
Hear the choir sing some classic songs and join along as we sing some of our favorite carols and Christmas hymns.
All are welcome. There is no admission cost and refreshments will be provided.
After a successful summer of shows that included Chesapeake Shakespeare's Under 30 All's Well That Ends Well and co-producing DCMTW's production of Family Portrait, Amber is thrilled to be joining forces once again with NuSass Productions for No Exit where she will be playing Estelle.
Having closed the Brave Spirits Theatre Rep productions in December, Amber took .0934 seconds of a break and has now dived headlong into audition season.
Fortunately, Amber stopped speaking in verse long enough to be understood and recently accepted the role of "Paulinka" in the NuSass production of Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day which will open in April. Stop back by for ticket information!
Looking for an evening that is "so much fun in the middle of the workweek, it almost feels illegal"? Want to see Amber be "especially adept at the lighting fast shifts in emotion that make Moliere so amusing?" Then come out to Reynold's Tavern for the Annapolis Shakespeare production of Moliere's The Imaginary Invalid.
Amber is finally all settled into the District and has frequent existential battles with the H2 and H4 buses. Godot himself is more likely to show up than those buses.
Hear of someone who needs an Irish folk singer? Got a commercial that calls for a Celine Dion imitation? Perhaps you need a Female Hamlet who can speak in a Polish accent? Amber is available for all of this and more, and is always on the lookout for exciting auditions so contact her!