Amy Scheers served as the Executive Director of the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation. During her time with the Foundation, Amy produced many performances at the Fabulous Fox, including the inaugural productions of the St. Louis High School Musical Theatre Awards, directed and expanded the portfolio of programs, and oversaw the re-branding for the organization. Prior to this position, Amy was the Director of Program Design and Production at COCA – Center of Creative Arts, where she led the organization’s efforts in successfully achieving two national arts accreditations. For the 10 years prior, she was COCA’s Director of Dance and the founding Artistic Director of COCA’s Ballet Eclectica. Preceding her tenure at COCA, Amy taught at Alexandra School of Ballet and was their company manager and ballet mistress. She began teaching in New Jersey in 1995, at Montgomery Dance Arts and assisted in the founding of the Belle Meade Ballet. Amy earned her BFA in Dance Performance from Butler University, and went on to perform with Ballet Theatre Pennsylvania under Artistic Directors Trinette Singleton and Nana Badrena.
THE BOY FROM OZ brings a new story to the Midwest, and to the audiences of Stages St. Louis. From the reaction of the crowd, it is a must see. It will have you wanting to dance like you were at the Copacabana...and wishing you had worn your feathers and sequins!BWW Review: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF at The Fabulous Fox January 31, 2019
On a very chilly Tuesday night, Fiddler on the Roof opened and warmed the hearts of the enthusiastic audience at the Fabulous Fox. This Broadway revival was full of new energy and more emotion than expected with this beloved classic.BWW Review: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID by Variety Theatre October 24, 2018
Variety Theatre presented their production of Disney's The Little Mermaid at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts from October 18th thru 21st. This performance celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Variety Theatre, the country's only production of its kind that features Variety children with disabilities, along with St. Louis' most talented children, as well as Adult Actors' Equity Association performers.