Amy E. Witting was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Maplewood. She holds a BS in television/radio from Ithaca College, where she minored in writing and acting. Amy went on to study acting with John Gould Rubin at LAByrinth Theatre Company, and privately with Bruce Ornstein and Zina Jasper. She is the author of Create Me Pegasus (Finalist, Strawberry One-Act Festival, 2011), Classic Eight (Cherry Pit Theatre, 2010), Sperm Babies (semifinalist, The Network, 2009), His Name is Edgar (Wild Project, 2008), Wakefield, (Samuel French Festival, 2007), The Goldfish Diaries (Gene Frankel Theatre, 2007), American Spirits (The Complex Theatre, Los Angeles, 2007), and Beautiful Night (Gene Frankel Theatre, 2006). Amy currently serves as Artistic Director for aWe Creative Group, a NoHo–based theatre company. She is also the producer of PlayFUN!, a twenty-four hour theatre festival that brings together students and emerging and professional artists for a weekend of pure creativity. A member of the Dramatists Guild, Amy lives in Sunnyside Queens (off the Bliss stop. You can’t get any happier than that).
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FRIGID New York 2012 Preview: Chris Harcum, Bricken Sparacino, and Amy E. Witting -- all Indie Theater Now playwrights -- talk about their upcoming shows at this year's FRIGID festival. The shows are: MY TWO BLACK EYES, SISTERS GRIMM: FABLES FOR THE STAGE and 36 HOURS.
East to Edinburgh with G.I. Joe Jared: Get a sneak preview of Amy E. Witting's play, which is on its way to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (with a stop in NYC at 59e59). Highlight: a short excerpt from the play, which opens the podcast.