|Born||in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Minneapolis Minnesota, Amy Buchwald began her training, as an actress at the age of eleven at the nationally renowned Minneapolis Children's Theater Company. She was the first to initiate a program consisting of a half a day of academia and a half a day training in the theater arts, an idea that went on to become known as the Urban Arts Program. Such training included acting; mime; comedia del arte; dance, jazz and ballet; singing and clown training. In addition to appearing in main stage productions Amy also toured around the country with the Children's Theater Company. By age sixteen she was a professional, an equity member and resident ingénue at the famous Cricket and Guthrie Theaters. During this time she received critical acclaim for her performances in such plays as: Blues, The Trip Back Down, Fifth of July, Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Member of the Wedding, King Lear, The Tempest, Getting Out, The House of Bernarda Alba. As a a playwright Ms. Buchwald's one-woman show Glenda from the Heart was excerpted on PBS. Also, in the theater world, Amy has written the book and lyrics for the musical play Touch.
She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College with degrees in English and Art History, with focus in theater, dance, playwriting, and directing. Her work and training goes on to include such prestigious theatrical facilities as The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Circle In The Square NYC, and Shakespeare LA.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Danny Woodburn||(7 September 1998 - present)|