Amanda Scarpone

Amanda Scarpone Enthralled with the "Great White Way" from the time she was a young girl, Amanda Scarpone knew the performing arts was where she belonged. Finding her niche was simple as her love for writing and reviewing coincided with her growing love for the stage. Scarpone is determined to help bring today's productions out into the mainstream in her concise and understandable language. She works as a freelance writer and a Public Relations accountant and is thrilled to be a part of



Tickled by Tease!
June 11, 2007

With its final performance at the Cutting Room on Monday, June 11, Tease! A Night of Burlesque can look back at a successful three show run which consistently had crowds cheering and begging for more.

Bravo to Love's Divide
June 4, 2007

Love's Divide, an Un-Romantic Comedy, explores the trials and tribulations of love in all its forms: a simultaneous 'Screw You' and 'Thank You' to lovers past, present, and those yet to come.

Kudos for 'Mother Load'
May 20, 2007

Billed as a performance audiences will enjoy whether they are mothers or just have one, Amy Wilson's one-woman show, MOTHER LOAD, offers laughs, tears and most importantly a breath of fresh air about her daily role as Mom.

A Party with Pizzazz!
May 14, 2007

Dixie's Tupperware Party playing at the Ars Nova allows audiences to transform their theater experience into an intimate party filled with plenty of laughs and plastic

A Devilish Ride
March 30, 2007

The Devil and Billy Markham Gives Audiences a New Glimpse at Whole Author Shel Silverstein

The Naked Eye Planets Is Worth Seeing
March 21, 2007

Coyote REP's inaugural stage production follows the lives of ten residents of an California apartment complex on the cusp of a rare astronomical phenomenon

A New Look at Minstrels
March 5, 2007

The Dance: The History of American Minstrelsy, provides audiences with entertainment and history as it looks back on a dying genre

A Garden of Earthly Delights
February 19, 2007

After success in print, Nancy Friday along with Christopher Scott adapt the powerful book, 'My Secret Garden' to the stage

Fun with Dirty Talk
February 1, 2007

Michael Puzzo's hilarious play about an instant messaging situation turned awry leaves audiences in stitches.

'Blackout' Gives a Gray Performance
January 20, 2007

When the lights go out on New York City in the blackout of 2003, six strangers collide on a street corner in Hell's Kitchen. Their lives quickly intertwine, but when the power is restored, this newly formed community struggles to hold on to what they found in the dark.

Instant Hit: The Big Voice: God or Merman?
December 8, 2006

Broadway veterans Jim Brochu and Steve Schalchlin from The Last Session come back to New York with their latest venture The Big Voice: God or Merman?

Almost Made Makes It
November 27, 2006

Writer and performer Louie Liberti takes his play, Almost Made, back to its home after an extended sold-out run on the west coast

Oblivious to Everyone
November 9, 2006

Picked up from this year's NY International Fringe Festival, Oblivious to Everyone pokes fun at the media and has no regrets doing it

Simply the Best: Absolute Flight
August 25, 2006

Absoulte Flight: A Reality Show with Wings Offers One of the Best Peformances of this Year's Fringe Festival.

Come Get Your Laughs
August 14, 2006

Creation: A Clown Story Helps Adults and Children Have a Good Time

The Siblings: Good and Grimm
July 26, 2006

The Rabbit Hole Ensemble takes a new look into the story of Hansel and Gretel at the Midtown International Theatre Festival

History that Entertains
June 28, 2006

Sallie Bingham's historical play 'Treason' delights audiences as the Perry Street Theatre's final performance

'Look Ma...No Ears' Delights
May 13, 2006

The musical memior of Lindsey Alley tells the endearing story of a former Mouseketeer trying to get her break on Broadway

Broadway's Future - 'They Chose Me!'
May 3, 2006

TADA! Youth Theater's production of They Chose Me! is pure magic

Little Willy Offers Big Punch
April 21, 2006

Rude Mechanical's production of 'Little Willy' forces the audience to take a new perspective on last names.