Meet Amada Anderson the CEO/Founder of New York Broadway Tours and Manada.Biz Entertainment, LLC. She has her Bachelor’s in Music and Theatre from the University of Miami and is an award-winning musical theatre actress, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. Philanthropic work has been felt at The Guides Association of New York City (GANYC), The Broadway Green Alliance, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, The New York Musical Theatre Festival, The Pajama Program, Thrill The World and Thrill The World NYC (TTWNYC).
She has performed in various parades throughout New York, including: The NYC Dance Parade (led the Parade in 2013), the NYC Gay Pride Parade, Jersey Pride Fest, the Coney Island Mermaid Parade and the Village Halloween Parade.
She has made TV appearances for various lifetime experiences on: NBC’s Today Show, CNN Money, Univision’s Despierta America, WHTV’s What’s Happening NYC?, NYC Media’s Under The Pink Carpet, QPTV’s Sing, Sing, Sing! and The Sound Box, VH1’s You Oughta Know featuring Artist Gin Wigmore, and CUNY-TV’s Study With The Best.
She has been featured in online media, such as: CrowdFundingGuide.com , Humans of New York, NYC Tourist, etc.; as well as magazines and newspapers, including Zombie Magazine, the Examiner, Time Out New York, Village Voice, and Simple Magazine.
She has also been featured as an entrepreneur in the book The Power Players Guide to Playing Powerfully in the Game of Life, crowned “Queen of Karaoke” in Florida, and holds a Planet Connections Festivity acting award for “Outstanding Supporting Actress” for the role of Darcie in Andrew Rothkin’s Off-Broadway play Danny.
Her current projects include: writing her solo show musical Finding Amada’s Voice, her YouTube show called Backstage with New York Broadway Tours that interviews Broadway producers, actors, and artists in the NYC area, and being a producer of the GANYC Apple Awards.
Her favorite roles include: Mrs. Clackett/Dotty (Noises Off), Dominique Du Monico (Lucky Stiff), Domina/Psudeulus understudy (A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum), Reverend Mother Superior (Nunsense/Mushaganuns), and many more! Want to see her in action? Visit www.amadaanderson.com.
She has met and worked with famous award winning talent such as Marvin Hamlisch, Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, Raymond Allen “Ray” Liotta, Michael McElroy, Mark Hamill, Dick Clark and many others!
When Amada is not giving tours, she performs Off Broadway and works part time as a tour guide for Disney Theatrical at The New Amsterdam Theatre where she gives behind the scenes tours. If you are interested in taking one of those tours visit this link for more information.
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Broadway Fanatic and Tour Guide:
Meet Michael Haber, a NYBT tourguide , musical theatre actor, and Broadway fanatic. Michael I. Haber is a old versatile Musical Theater performer from Brooklyn, NY now living in Old Bridge, NJ with big Broadway goals! He has already begun to make a jumpstart into the business, appearing in various Film and TV projects in just two years such as “The Big C”,”Made in Jersey”, “Blue Bloods”, “The Following”, “The Carrie Diaries”. “Now You See Me”, “Admission” “Home”, and “Unforgettable”. He made his Off-Off Broadway debut in a production of “Snow White” at the Roy Arias Theatre Center in New York City under the direction of Adam Roebuck. He is currently a lifetime member of The Actor’s Project NYC (TAPNYC), under the direction of Bobby Holder, and recently performed in the troupe’s 25th and 26th season showcase. He is currently taking a short break from the company for development projects and more. He will rejoin the company later this winter. In addition, he has trained with the Broadway Artists Alliance and the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Michael has performed at many diverse venues such as the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, NJ and the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. In November 2012, he made his Cabaret debut at New York’s “Don’t Tell Mama” Cabaret and Piano Bar (and will return to the cabaret again later this year). He has appeared in a variety of New Jersey Community Theatre productions, most recently appearing with the Spotlight Players of Matawan, NJ. Besides being part of New York Broadway Tours, Michael is currently developing his first solo cabaret “CLOSER TO A DREAM”, featuring a diverse set of Broadway, Jazz, and a little Pop/Rock. He plans to debut his solo act somewhere later this upcoming year.