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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, CUNY-TV’s Study With The Best and on the Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum.
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 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!
Amada recently moved to Florida with her husband and are expecting their first child in June 2020!
NYC is the world’s greatest living social experiment. Let her share with you the true dramatic stories, seemingly larger than life, stranger than fiction, yet it all happened here.
Tour Guide and Broadway Fanatic
Meet Michael I. Haber, a tour guide and runs our social media pages posting all of the Broadway gossip you need to know. Originally born in Brooklyn, NY and grew up in Old Bridge, NJ, versatile performer Michael I. Haber has been performing since the age of 5 and has been getting his act out to The Big Apple after graduating from Middlesex County College with an A.F.A. in Theatre/Fine Arts. Michael is currently a lifetime member of The Actor’s Project NYC (under the direction of Bobby Holder) which he performs with the company regularly in their industry showcases at the June Havoc Theatre (part of the Abingon Theatre Company) every 4 months. Most recently, Michael made his New York Theatre Workshop debut in the NY Premiere of David Grieg’s award winning play The Events (as part of the show’s on stage house choir at certain performances). Other NYC shows include For The Love, The Right To Life, Gospel of the Harlem Renaissance, and Cherish Every Precious Moment for the New York Inspirational Theatre Festival (at The Producer’s Club) and Snow White (at The Roy Arias Theatre). Michael has also been networking and getting involved with some new original projects from upcoming new Musical Theatre composers including Award winning songwriters Carner & Gregor (which Michael met through The Actor’s Project NYC). Additional favorite Theatre performances included roles in Cinderella, 5 Minute To Curtain, Children of Eden, The Pajama Game, Alky, Big Country, Grease, Oklahoma, Bye Bye Birdie, and Good News. On the small and silver screen, Michael has a recurring guest starring role on The Carrie Diaries, a brief role in the Award winning film Home (directed by Jono Oliver), and more. Other favorite Film and TV roles included New Year’s Eve, The Big C, Blue Bloods, The Leftovers, Admission, Manhattan Love Story, and the upcoming films I Am Michael (starring James Franco), Urge, About Ray, Louder Than Bombs, Indignation, and Nerve. Michael has also performed in some diverse venues such as The New Jersey State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, The Sun National Bank Center (formerly The Sovereign Bank Arena) in Trenton, NJ and The PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. He’s also performed at New York’s Don’t Tell Mama Cabaret , the West End Lounge, and Stage 72 at the Triad NYC. On his journey to making it on the Great White Way, Michael is in the works of developing his own solo cabaret. Michael has hopes to do 8 shows a week (both on Broadway and around the world), as well as doing more work in Film, TV, Music Industry, and the concert stage. https://www.michaelihaber.com
FIRST LISTEN: Following a triumphant sold out run Off Broadway, Sing Street is making its way up town to the Great White Way this spring. With the anticipation of the show (based on the acclaimed 2016 film of the same name) beginning its life ON BROADWAY, we are so...