Amanda walked the red carpet at the premiere of "Cavemen" at Arclight Theater in Hollywood on February 5, 2014. CAVEMEN is a romantic comedy written and directed by Herschel Faber and starring Skylar Astin, Camilla Belle, Chad Michael Murray. Amanda had a lot of fun with the cast and crew, playing the role of Beth in the film. More details at IMDB.
Red carpet interview with Eric Blair...
Amanda played the role of "Sissy," an innocent midwestern girl who meets Virginia Johnson and Dr. Lillian DePaul during a bus ride.
Amanda had a great time on this episode of Disney's "Jessie" which was called "Understudied and Overdone" in which she guest-starred as Susan Channing, a famous Broadway diva who Jessie longs to replace. Details on IMDB.
The season premiere of HBO's "Hello Ladies" premiered tonight. For details go to IMDB.
Amanda's most recent solo show, "Jazz Hands" was a big success. Held at the Rockwell Stage in Los Angeles, Amanda performed a set of 15 songs, including Broadway standards, pop, rap and her own recently released song, "Got to Go."
More photos can be found here.
The release of "Got to Go" is Amanda's first attempt at songwriting, and it won't be her last. Originally recorded with a pop/dance feel, this acoustic version of "Got to Go" showcases the heartfelt emotion behind the song.
The song was written with the help of the brilliant Sean P. Jones, Matt Hornbeck, and Cory Hunter, all based in LA. Matt Hornbeck played guitar, while Sean P. Jones was the producer.
The song can be found on this website's "music" page, as well as on Soundcloud.
Amanda was a guest star on BONES, in the episode entitled "The Fact in the Fiction" which aired on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Watch here.
Amanda is shooting "Cavemen," an independent film, in Los Angeles this week. The film is written and directed by Herschel Faber, and stars Camilla Belle, Chad Michael Murray, and Skylar Astin.
Click here to read Amanda's interview with the "Wicked" fan website, Innuendo & Outuendo, on what it was like touring with First National Tour as Glinda for nine months.
Published September 20, 2012.
This week Amanda had the opportunity to work with "The Office" co-creator, Steven Merchant in his new TV pilot for HBO, called "Hello Ladies." The series is based on material that Merchant developed during a stand-up tour in 2011 in which he described what it was like moving to Los Angeles. Amanda played the role of "Amber" in the pilot episode.