Reviews of The Princeton Festival's She Loves Me

June 15, 2019

"Among the outstanding assets is the performance of Amy Weintraub in the pivotal role of Amalia, a woman who would rather read or go to concerts than toil in a store but has sales skills that win her a retail job even when there was no opening for one.


Weintraub adroitly blends Amalia’s tough, sarcastic side with her longingly romantic traits. She can reel off a riposte and look tragically wounded with equal aplomb. She also has a voice that soars through a space that often dwarfs sound. Her songs, “Vanilla Ice Cream” and “Dear Friend,” are vocally demanding, and Weintraub meets every challenge with a clear soprano that brings out the beauty and intensity of both numbers.


She is just as adept in the comic confusion of “Where’s My Other Shoe,” a wonderful vignette in which Amalia is missing one major item while fighting to get to work on time." - Neal Zoren

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"Soprano Amy Weintraub is outstanding as Amalia, capturing the character’s spunk and charm. She has a lovely soprano, and her delicate sense of musical phrasing makes their two biggest numbers — the wistful “Dear Friend” and the sprightly “Vanilla Ice Cream” — the highlights they need to be." - Donald H Sanborn III

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"Amy Weintraub (Amalia) is a powerhouse and was well chosen for the role. 


The comedy is really spot on and worth watching just to witness the brilliant delivery that leads to many laugh out loud moments. Add the strong acting, chemistry between the actors, and voices that soar, Amy Weintraub, James Conrad Smith, and Brandon Walters were standouts for me, and you have the recipe for a great production." - R Birkel

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She Loves Me at The Princeton Festival

June 08, 2019

Amy will tackle her dream role of Amalia in "She Loves Me" at The Princeton Festival. Performances begin on June 8 and continue through June 30. Tickets can be purchased here:

PS Amy is EXTRA excited to play this role for the following reasons: 

1) Her Hebrew name is Amalia

2) Her relatives are from Budapest, where this story takes place

3) Her favorite movie OF ALL TIME is "You've got mail," which is based on the same story 

A Doll's House Opera

July 11, 2019

Amy will play the role of Dr. Rank in the operatic adaptation of Ibsen's "A Doll's House." The production will have a few performances in New York throughout the summer. Performance dates are listed below:

May 11, 2019: Rites of Spring Festival in Long Island

July 11-14, & 18-21, 2019: Corkscrew Festival (Paradise Factory Theatre)

#Adulting Opera has it's Off Broadway debut

April 07, 2019

Amy will reprise her role as Ruth, the newly gay, overly cynical, and über-liberal millennial in #Adulting Opera. The piece is written by Natalie Stewart Elder, John Brooks, Stefan Melnyk, and Austin Nuckols and is directed by Nina Kauffman. Performances will take place every Sunday at 7:30 PM at St. Luke's Theatre through May 19.

Lenya Finals Video

April 13, 2019

Watch Amy's performance at the Lotte Lenya Competition Finals here:

Lotte Lenya Competition Finals

April 13, 2019

Amy will compete against 12 other talented crossover artists in the finals of the esteemed Lotte Lenya competition. More information can be found here:

Use this link to livestream the competition:

Broadway's Future Songbook Series

November 26, 2018

Amy will join Jenna Rubaii and Benji Goldsmith in performing the songs of Jacob Fjeldheim, whose works have been represented at Barrington Stage Co., the American Repertory Theater, and in the NYC area. The free concert will take place at 6 pm on November 26th at Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium. 

Please follow this LINK for more information.

#Adulting Opera

November 11, 2018

Amy recently appeared as Ruth in a staged reading of #Adulting, a new musical by Natalie Elder, John Brooks, Stefan Melnyk, and Austin Nuckols. The production was directed by Nina Kauffman and music directed by Sarah Nelson. 

Cleveland Musical Theater Project's Jerome Kern Concert Series

October 19, 2018

Amy will return to Cleveland to perform two Jerome Kern concerts with The Musical Theater Project. To learn more about this wonderful organization, click HERE. The concerts are hosted by Bill Rudman and accompanied by Nancy Maier. 

Amy returns to St. Luke's Theatre in "It came from Beyond"

July 17, 2018

Amy returns to St. Luke's Theatre as a member of the ensemble/ Becky understudy in "It Came From Beyond." The show runs every Tuesday night at 7 pm. Tickets and more information can be found HERE

Amy performs in Vital Theatre's "Pinkalicious" and "The Wizard of Oz"

June 17, 2018

Amy will be performing the roles of Glinda/Nikko in Vital Theatre's "The Wizard of Oz" and Alison/Dr. Wink in "Pinkalicious." NYC performances take place in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

7/15: Pinkalicious @ 1pm

7/21: Pinkalicious @ 1 pm

7/22: Pinkalicious @ 1 pm

7/29: Wizard of Oz @ 11 am, Pinkalicious @ 1 pm

Tickets can be purchased HERE

Amy will make her Off Broadway debut as Elizabeth in "Frankenstein" at St. Luke's Theatre

April 02, 2018

Amy will star in Eric Sirota's new musical, Frankenstein, on Monday nights at 7 pm. The production is directed by Clint Hromsco, music directed by Austin Nuckols, and produced by John Lant. 

More information about the production can be found here:

Tickets can be purchased here:

Amy will reprise her role in "Regretting Almost Everything" at 54 Below

April 12, 2018

Danny Ursetti and Lauren Taslitz's song cycle (starring Jeff Blumenkrantz and Anne L. Nathan) will be performed for one night only at Feinstein's 54 Below. Amy will reprise her role as Amanda, the daughter of Nathan and Blumenkrantz. More information about the event/tickets can be found here. 

December 01, 2017

Amy's Senior Recital was in collaboration with Tony Cho. It featured works by De Falla, Debussy, Brahms, and Weill. Watch the recital HERE!

Read the review of Oberlin's "Le Nozze di Figaro"

November 03, 2017

Read Cleveland Classical's review of this production HERE 

Oberlin Conservatory presents "Le Nozze di Figaro"

November 03, 2017

Amy will be starring as Susanna, Figaro's fiancé, in Oberlin Conservatory's fall production of Le Nozze di Figaro. Performances run November 1-5. More information to come later. 

"Regretting Almost Everything": a new song cycle written by Lauren Taslitz and Danny Ursetti

August 06, 2017

Amy performed as the daughter of Broadway veterans, Anne L. Nathan and Jeff Blumenkrantz, in this new song cycle written by Danny Ursetti and Lauren Taslitz.

Barrington Stage Company Cabaret: Jesse Gage and Emily Chiu

June 22, 2017

Amy performed a duet with Jesse Gage (and written by Jesse Gage) at his cabaret at Barrington Stage Co. She loved working with the same wonderful musicians and songwriters from the "Songs by" concerts, including: Emily Chiu, Danny Ursetti, Benji Goldsmith, Jacob Fjeldheim, Lauren Taslitz, and William Finn. 

Broadway World Photo coverage of William Finn's "Songs by Ridiculously Talented Composers and Lyricists you probably don't know but should"

June 09, 2017

Amy performed a song written by Emily Chiu, student of William Finn, at his annual "Songs By Ridiculously Talented Composers and Lyricists you've probably don't know but should" at Barrington Stage Co. She performed alongside Anne L. Nathan, Stephanie Umoh, Bobby Steggert, and Rosemarie Chandler.

William Finn's Songs by Ridiculously Talented Composers and Lyricists you probably don't know but Barrington Stage Company

June 09, 2017

Amy will be performing a few songs alongside Broadway veterans Anne L. Nathan, Bobby Seggert, and Stephanie Umoh. The event, hosted by musical theatre writer, Bill Finn (25th Annual...Spelling Bee) features the songs of new musical theatre writers. The event will take place at Barrington Stage Co.'s Boyd-Quinson Mainstage Friday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th at 8 pm. 

More information here

"The man that got away", a Gershwin concert with Cleveland Opera Theater

March 08, 2017

Amy will be performing several standards, including "The man I love" and "Treat me rough" in an evening of Gershwin music with Cleveland Opera Theater. She will be performing alongside her voice teacher, Benjamin Czarnota, and soprano, Lindsey Sandham. Performances will take place Saturday, April 8th at 5 and 8 pm at Nighttown and Sunday, April 9th at 6 pm The Tangier. Tickets can be purchased here:

Oberlin College Theater presents The Enchanted, a workshop with John Kander and Greg Pierce

April 22, 2017

Amy will be performing the role of Isabel, a radiant young schoolteacher, in a workshopped version of John Kander and Greg Pierce's newest, never-performed work, The Enchanted. Kander and Pierce will coach the cast for the final five days of rehearsal leading up to the performance. Staged readings will take place on Saturday, April 22nd and Sunday, April 23. More information will be posted here soon. 

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