Thoughts about the show from an audience member…

I am having a delightful time performing my one-woman show, 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar...  I can't believe that the run is almost over!  When I got online this morning, I was greeted by a lovely message from an audience member who saw the show last night.  Here is the message: "I cannot stop … Continue reading Thoughts about the show from an audience member…

Advertisements

Ever Mainard opens for 185 Buddhas this week!

I am so very happy that one of Chicago's top comics is opening for my one-woman show, 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar this week!  Ever Mainard is delightful to watch and if you've never had a chance to see her perform live, please come on out to the show and check her out!  If … Continue reading Ever Mainard opens for 185 Buddhas this week!

One more chance to see a preview of 185 Buddhas BEFORE the run!

Lifeline Theater's Fillet of Solo Festival is still running through most of this month--and that means you still have another chance to check out Amanda Rountree's one-woman show, 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar...  If you can't make it this month, no worries!  185 Buddhas runs every Thursday in February and March at Studio Be … Continue reading One more chance to see a preview of 185 Buddhas BEFORE the run!

Opening Acts for 185 Buddhas

I'm delighted and honored to announce the opening acts for the Feb/Mar Chicago run of my solo show, 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar... Feb. 7:  Ever Mainard, comedian Feb. 14:  Ian Foley, comedian Feb. 21:  Ed Smaron, singer/songwriter/musician Feb. 28:  Dave Stinton, comedian Mar. 7:   Scott Whitehair, storyteller Mar. 14:  Kelsie Huff, comedian/solo-performer Mar. … Continue reading Opening Acts for 185 Buddhas

Frickin’ Awesome Theater Company

When I first moved to Chicago, a friend told me about a theater that performed "What No one Else Produces."  I was immediately intrigued.  A little over a year later, I was fortunate enough to become an ensemble member of that company--WNEP Theater.  We do about one or two big projects a year.  It's made … Continue reading Frickin’ Awesome Theater Company