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Amy Pursuing an MA in Clinical Mental health counseling
After witnessing the devastation of COVID-19 on the theater community, Amy felt called to support colleagues who grieved the loss of loved ones, careers, and financial security. Following her graduation in Spring 2025, Amy hopes to work with fellow creatives while still performing as often as possible. Clinical areas of interest are anxiety and performance anxiety.
Here's what you've missed!
January 2023: Amy performed "The Shepherd on the Rock" as part of a Schubert Dedication Concert at St. Stephen's & St. Martin's Church in Brooklyn. The event was directed by Jeremy Rafal.
January 2023: Amy performed in "Please Like Us,"an evening of songs written by Austin Nuckols and Lily Dwoskin. The concert took place at The Green Room 42 and was directed by Mika Kaufmann.
October 2022: Amy sang on Danny Ursetti and Lauren Taslitz's new concept album, "Regretting Almost Everything." The album, stars Tony Award winner, Beth Leavel, and Jeff Blumenkrantz.
Amy to perform in Lincoln Center's Broadway's Future Concert featuring the music of Danny Ursetti and Lauren Taslitz
Amy is thrilled to be working with this fabulous songwriting duo once again. She was last seen premiering their song cycle, "Regretting Almost Everything," at 54 Below starring Jeff Blumenkrantz and Anne L Nathan. The concert will take place on April 25, 2022 at 6 pm. Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance. Click HERE to read the official press release.
Amy to perform Guinevere in the Musical Theater Project's Camelot
Amy will take on this iconic role in a concert version of Camelot in March. Click below to read more and purchase tickets!
Read a Review of The Princeton Festival's Something Wonderful
Amy recently headlined The Princeton Festival's 2021 virtual benefit, Something Wonderful. Read a review of the event here:
Amy to headline The Princeton Festival's 2021 Benefit
Amy will be accompanied on guitar by her boyfriend, Shane Lonergan. The duo will perform Broadway favorites, ranging from the Golden Age of musical theatre to present day.
Amy to perform in The Princeton Festival's 2020 virtual season
Amy will sing the part of Maria in "Do Re Mi" and will also perform "Another Life" from The Bridges of Madison County with her boyfriend, Shane Lonergan, accompanying on guitar.