Amy is in the newest class of Tour Guides at Universal Studios Hollywood! Getting pumped to give entertaining and informative tours of Universals 400 acre film studio!
Amy is in rehearsals now for the role of Destiny in The Hudson Theater’s production of “Salvage” in North Hollywood. Most exciting part? The character is pregnant too!
Big news! Amy and her husband are excited to be welcoming in the newest member of their family next March!
Amy is now being represented by FireStarter Entertainment!
Caroling season is now complete! What a blast it was performing with the San Diego Tinseltones all holiday season.
Its been a while since I’ve updated but look ma I did it! Now a proud member of Actors Equity!
Had so much fun with this cast of loonies- “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” is sadly over 😦
Farewell and Bali Hai to “South Pacific” at San Diego Musical Theater. What a wonderful run!
The Sold Out run of “The Full Monty” at San Diego Musical Theater closed today! Here is a photo of Amy as Pam Lukowski opposite Steven Freitas as Jerry Lukowski.
Home for the holidays and on a two week break between performances. Just completed playing Margot Frank in Moxie Theater’s production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” What a gift to bring her story to life.
Happy closing to Amy and the cast of San Diego Musical Theater’s “Billy Elliot.” What a fantastic and memorable run.
and we are open! Come see Billy Elliot the Musical at the Spreckles Theater in Downtown San Diego. Tickets available at: http://www.sdmt.org
Happy Closing to Animal Crackers at Cygnet Theatre! What a great run!
On the Twentieth Century has been running to full houses! Check out this fabulous set by Sean Fanning
Happy Holidays! It is closing night of “A Christmas Carol” at Cygnet Theater and Amy is thrilled to have performed her understudy track at 3 performances!
Come visit Amy at Sea World this summer as Iris the Mermaid!
Amy is hard at work as the swing for two different roles in Lamb’s Players Theater’s production of American Rhythm.
Tomorrow is the first of two special benefit concerts of Hair at the Cygnet Theater in San Diego. Let the Sun Shine in!
Don’t wait- get your tickets for The Rocky Horror Show today!
Here is the amazingly talented cast of The Rocky Horror Show at Cygnet Theater- knee deep in rehearsal!
Last night was the closing performance of “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” which Amy directed and choreographed in Thousand Oaks, CA. Thanks to everyone who came to the Bee!! Here is a photo of Amy (holding the trophy) with her amazing cast.
What an amazing night at the Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles. Amy was thrilled to be playing Toby Walters in the Staged Reading of “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion the Musical.” You haven’t seen the last of this show!
Only two weeks left to come see the Bee! Purchase tickets today at: http://www.intrepidshakespeare.com
Check out this great article about the ladies of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” at Intrepid Shakespeare Company in San Marcos, CA
RENT closes to sold-out audiences every night.
It’s just about time to start RENT rehearsals in Thousand Oaks, CA. Amy could not be more ecstatic to be making her directorial debut with her favorite musical.
Spring Awakening opens in San Diego with rave reviews! Don’t miss out on this great show. Tickets available at http://www.cygnettheatre.com
Rehearsals are underway for Spring Awakening at Cygnet Theatre in San Diego, California. Amy is very excited to be playing Martha!
Happy New Year! Get your tickets for Godspell- opening in less than a week!
Today Amy beings rehearsals for “Godspell” at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts in Thousand Oaks, California. She is grateful to do a show in the same city as her family which will enable her to spend the holidays with them this year.
For ticket information go to www.hillcrestarts.com
Today Amy read the role of Toby for a preliminary reading of “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion the Musical” at The Shepard Studio at The Complex in Los Angeles.
A nearly sold-out run, “Of Thee I Sing” closes at the Theater at Monmouth to great praise!
Last weekend of performances as Miss Benson in “Of Thee I Sing” at The Theater at Monmouth.
Reviews are in:
“Another of the familiar Gershwin songs that’s central to the plot is ‘Love Is Sweeping the Country.’ That number features fine vocals and tap dancing by Ned Donovan and Amy Perkins.” –David A. Sargent, Encore
Amy will soon be moving to Monmouth, Maine for the month of September where she will perform the role of Miss Benson in “Of Thee I Sing.” For more details visit: www.theateratmonmouth.org
Come see Amy Perkins as Monteen in Parade the Musical at Cygnet Theater in San Diego, California! The run is already half-way over and you don’t want to miss our on this is incredible production.
Happy New Year!
Amy is currently in rehearsals for Parade the Musical at Cygnet Theater in San Diego, California. More details to follow but ticket information is below:
The show runs from 3/8/12-4/22/12
To purchase tickets click here!
Amy is currently performing as a tap-dancing porter in On The Twentieth Century at The Theater at Monmouth in Monmouth, Maine.
The show runs September 23rd- October 2nd.
Click here to purchase tickets to the show!
Amy will be relocating to New York City this September and then returning to her home-state for Cygnet Theater’s Production of Parade March 8-April 29th 2012 in San Diego.
Click here for information on Parade
Amy will next be seen in Moonlight Stage Productions’ Annie in Vista July 20-August 6
After the memorable performance of her one-woman show(case) Amy Perkins graduated from UC Irvine with her BA in drama, Honors in Musical Theater, and a 3.7 GPA!
Amy will be performing next in:
ThE CrAzY SisTeR:
WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY AMY PERKINS
with Myrona Delaney on Piano
Come Hear the Story:
UC Irvine’s Winifred Smith Hall
6/8/11 at 8:00pm
Admission is FREE
For more information visit: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=209383189091910&ref=ts
Amy is currently writing her one-woman show which she will perform at UC Irvine on June, 8th 2011
Today Amy performed “Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Me” at the Orange County Performing Arts Center for a master-class taught by Broadway and Television’s Megan Mullally.
Last night, Amy sang in the onstage chorus for Broadway Memories. The concert’s goal was to raise money for Alzheimer’s. It starred Sutton Foster, Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp, Karen Olivo, Pamela Winslow, Kerry Butler, and Stephen Tewksbury. The event was hosted by Colleen Ballinger, Paul Canaan, and Matthew Risch.
For full coverage visit: http://broadwayworld.com/article/Photo_Flash_BROADWAY_MEMORIES_Fundraiser_20101006Backstage with Kerry Butler
Come see Black and White Christmas, a new musical, at UC Irvine this weekend starring Amy Perkins as Monica.
“It’s Christmas Eve, and Monica Ness, would just like it all to be over. Turning on her TV to escape the usual holiday hoopla, and the thought of another evening living next door to Steve, a neighbor she can’t stand, Monica’s apartment is suddenly invaded by the ghosts of Jimmy Stewart, Judy Garland, Bing Crosby and Natalie Wood, who miraculously pop out of their Christmas movies and through her TV screen in an effort to offer her a little holiday cheer, Hollywood style. Realizing that she’s not so easily cheered, the stars cook up a scheme which truly transforms Monica’s Christmas.”
September 18th and 8:00pm and September 19th at 4:00pm.
Please visit http://www.newworksfestival.webs.com/ for ticket and location information.
Come see Amy as Nicole in Aging Out: the Musical at the NoHo Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles.
July 21, 27, 28; August 3, 4.
All shows at 8 pm
All shows $20 except 8/4, $40 (proceeds benefit foster youth)
This is Amy’s second time workshopping this incredible new musical. Check out facebook.com/agingoutthemusical to see what the buzz is all about.
Don’t miss Amy Perkins as Nadine in UC Irvine’s mainstage production of The Wild Party opening next weekend.
May 28th, 29th, June 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th at 8PM
May 29th, June 5th at 2PM
UCI Claire Trevor Theatre Stage
“Andrew Lippa shows us what happens when all of these characters collide at the party-to-end-all-parties. The Wild Party spins us into a world of power, control, consumption, sexuality, and violence. Lippa has written a jazzy, compelling, and melancholy score that highlights the feeling of the 1920s: a time of freedom that borders on reckless abandon, when every part of social life has break-neck dynamism. Everyone has excess time and money to spend, an “I want more” attitude, and devil-may-care behavior. The Wild Party is a UCIrvine Premiere that is not to be missed.”