Amy E. Fisher
Amy is an actress, educator, singer, songwriter and children's storybook writer with fifteen years of performing and teaching experience in New York and the Twin Cities.
Critically lauded in many theatre roles and having received nods for efforts as a singer songwriter she continues to pursue acting and music careers here in Los Angeles.
Professional and Teaching Affiliations
Amy's performing and teaching experience in improv is extensive with beginnings in New York City in 1984 studying with Gloria Maddox at Terry Schreiber and Michael Howard Studios. She went on to become a member of Theatresports NY, now Freestyle Repertory Co., and taught and performed in NYC’s theater district and the tri-state area for 5 years culminating with the huge International Improv Festival there in 1991.
Formerly the artistic director of Twin Cities Improv she produced, directed and hosted ‘Katie's Cabaret’. This interactive improvisational theater performance for the young and the young at heart ran for nine consecutive seasons, 1993-2002, at the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater in Minneapolis.
Past seasons kept Amy busy with performances, residencies and teacher in-services at Loring Nicollet Alternative High School for four consecutive spring semesters, Highland Senior High School, Hopkins and St. Louis Park Libraries, Center Point Elementary, Dowling School, Morris High School for two years, Holdingford Elementary, Farmington Elementary where she worked with their Destination Imagination teams who went on to win regional, state and national championships, Cooper Elementary, greater Minnesota Brownie troops for their creative composing badges, Children First Day School, Redeemer Lutheran Drama Day Camp for two seasons, Harvest Moon Community Farm's Art Camp for two seasons, Minnesota Historical Society and countless private birthday parties and workshops.
After a move to the Los Angeles area in 2002, Amy conducted workshops with the kids at Malibu’s ‘Camp Heartland’ in 2002 and WeSpark Cancer Center in 2003. She currently works in TV and Film production and continues her career in LA as an actress, singer/songwriter and children's writer.