Amanda will be performing a one-woman show entitled, Party in the USA! (Tales of the Bicoastal Brick Road of Life.) This is a one-night-only performance, to be held on Monday, July 16th at 8:30 pm at the Rockwell, located at 1714 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles. Clickhere for a map.
We're not in Kansas anymore! Come celebrate life, love, and its pursuit at this one-woman show performed by Amanda Jane Cooper, recently seen as Glinda on the 1st National Tour of WICKED – you'll hear tunes from the world of Broadway, ditties from the world of pop, stories that'll make you smile, and a few mash-up surprises that will are sure to entertain.
Click here to buy tickets. ONLINE ADVANCE TICKETS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. Tickets (if available) can be purchased at the door one hour prior to show time.
Valet parking is available behind the restaurant.
Amanda will be performing in a new musical entitled, “String - The Musical” currently being workshopped at the National Musial Theater Conference in Waterford, CT. The book is by Sarah Hammond, and lyrics and music are by Adam Gwon.
Storyline: A workaholic Greek god gets tangled up with a security guard in the basement of the tallest building in the world. One mistake leads to another - a lost pair of scissors, a kiss, a stolen string - and soon Atropos is breaking her own rules to offer forever to an ordinary man. Can the fabric of the universe stand a flaw? An original musical about the three Fates in the modern city.
Click here to purchase tickets to the following performances at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center:
- Saturday, June 23, 8pm;
- Sunday, June 24, 7pm;
- Wednesday, June 27, 8pm
- Friday, June 29, 7pm
This June, Amanda will be participating in the National Music Theater Conference (NMTC), a workshop held each year at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT.
The National Music Theater Conference brings together several playwrights, lyricists, and composers endeavoring to create fresh and bold work from an array of music theater genres. During the Conference, the O’Neill provides artistic and administrative resources to explore the material with a staff of directors, musicians, and veteran Equity performers (including Amanda.)
Since its inception in 1978, NMTC has developed well over 110 works, many of which have gone onto find great success on Broadway. Most recently in 2005, “In The Heights” was workshopped at NMTC and went on to win four Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
Amanda will be appearing in “LINTHEAD,” a new play by the Artery Playwrights Project, in Los Angeles from May 11th to June 3rd, 2012.
LINTHEAD tells the story of a South Carolina mill-worker who is forced to hurt everyone he loves in exchange for standing up for what is right. In a world of fire-and-brimstone sermons, travelling hoochie-coochie girls, and lungs full of cotton dust, LINTHEAD brings a voice to the discussion of civil rights, and reminds us that love and family are the only things worth fighting for.
Make Reservations ONLINE or by PHONE!
May 11th - June 3rd, 2012
Fridays & Saturdays ~ 8pm
Sundays ~ 3:30pm