Amy Bruce

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 DanubeCowboy MouthWoyzeckThe BalconyMarat/SadeSuicide in B-flat. Other Catastrophic Theatre credits: Hunter GatherersThere 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: PericlesRomeo 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.