AMY BRUCE Ms. Bruce most recently performed with Catastrophic Theatre as Clara in the world premiere of Mickle Maher's The Pine. Other new works she has had the privilege to be a part of are The Lorca Play (at the University of Houston directed by Edward Albee); Slight Variance (a Brian Freeman Production at DiverseWorks) and, with Infernal Bridegroom Productions, both Brian Jucha’s We Have Some Planes and Suzan-Lori Parks’ Fucking A(directed by the playwright). Other IBP credits: Mud (1995, 2002), The Danube, Cowboy Mouth, Woyzeck, The Balcony, Marat/Sade, Suicide in B-flat. Other Catastrophic Theatre credits: Hunter Gatherers, There Is a Happiness That Morning Is (2011, 2013). Regional credits include The Pantheon (NY):Mineola Twins. Berkshire Theatre Festival (MA): Love's Fire. Some other Houston theatre credits: Houston Shakespeare Festival: Pericles, Romeo and Juliet. The Ensemble: Psycho Beach Party. The Alley: A Christmas Carol. Bill & Tek's Excellent Theatre: PeanutMan – Story of GW Carver. Bruce has also narrated a dozen audiobooks for Infinivox. Bruce holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Houston and a Masters in Acting from Rutgers Professional Actors Training Program. I am a pretty lucky person to share this time and space with these people. Making a play happen in Houston in addition to achieving the many necessities of living a life is my miracle. Thank you for being here too. It sort of completes the scene.