Amy  Persons

-Back in the habit!  Amy is thrilled to be appearing in the Regional Premiere of "Sister Act" at Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, ME  and Gateway Playhouse in Bellport, NY in a co-production of both theaters.

-Amy donned her habit and toured the country with the first national tour of "Sister Act," directed by Jerry Zaks. She had a blast playing Mary-Martin-of-Tours! You can see where the tour went by clicking here.

-Amy was cast in the lead role of "Moon" in the play, "Orbiting Astral Bodies" at the New York Fringe Festival. The show was directed by Kevin O'Callaghan and written by Nathan Gregorski.

-In April 2013, Amy was a "Rising Star" at Ben Cameron's "Broadway Sessions". She sang along the cast of Broadway's "Jekyll and Hyde".

-On January 28, 2013 Amy was part of the Fifth Annual "Living for Today: Back to the Drawing Board"  Concert, directed by David Alpert (IF/THEN, The Best Man, Trip to Bountiful) and featuring Emmy award winner Candice Bergen,  Tony Award nominee Kerry Butler, Alysha Umphress, Jack Noseworthy, Michael Potts and many others.

-In January of 2013,  she sang at 54 Below with Andrew Kober and Kate Shindle as part of Bobby Cronin's "Till Death Do Us Part," a new musical, that is part of the Alec Baldwin fellowship.

-Amy played "Julie Sparkles" in "Theme Park Diva" at the Orlando Fringe Festival, May 17-28, 2012.

-Amy’s new show, EVERYBODY SAYS ORLANDON’T premiered at the Laurie Beechman Theater in New York City (42/9), on Sunday, February 26, 2012!  The show was directed by David Alpert with musical direction by Bryant Keller. 

-Amy was thrilled to join a reading of the new musical WELCOME TO SHOOFLY by Justin Anthony Long and Jonathan Lee, and directed by David Alpert.  The piece was presented on December 1, 2011 as part of the NJ Playwrights' Festival.

-Amy participated in a table read of TILL DEATH DO US PART by Bobby Cronin as "Mrs. Brown" in New York in September, 2011.

-In July of 2011, Amy played the lead, "Mollie Ralson" in THE MOUSETRAP, produced by In the Wings Productions and directed by Amy Cuccaro. 

-During the spring of 2011, Amy performed as a featured soloist at Mr. Sister's, a gay-friendly club in Orlando. Part of "Blowin' Broadway" on Monday nights in May and June with Andrea Canny and John deHaas.


-A return engagement, Amy performed her one-woman show at the Duplex in New York City in January, 2011 to a sold out audience.  Read a review of the night by clicking here!

-‘Sal & Amy: A Perfect Relationship” played the Duplex in December 2009. Check out the media page for some clips.