Hello! I'm Amie (pronounced /a'mi/). My name means "friend" in French, and I'm always excited to develop new friendships with artistic collaborators. Thanks for taking a look around my site for highlights of my work, which ranges from stage to screen and a medley of settings in-between.
My producing partner (who also happens to be my sister) Erin Brehm and I filmed our first project Sisters Bound in Sisters, Oregon! Now in post production, we're excited to soon share this short comedic film.
Follow me on Instagram @amiecazel
Check out these reviews from some of my stage performances:
Nominated for Outstanding Solo Performance by the New York Innovative Theatre Awards
Nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Solo Show by the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity
"Amie Cazel should be praised for her depth." - Drama Queens Reviews
"Amie Cazel gives a stunning performance." - Outerstage
"Amie Cazel beautifully delivers the angst and the hysteria of an actress who is terrified of getting old and losing her career and her lover, but maintains a poised and sarcastic facade. She succeeded in embracing both the classical tension of Chekhov’s play and the humorous tone of the modern rendition by Sarah Bennett." - On Stage Blog link
The Importance of Being Earnest
"...the right rector is played with winning shyness by Amie Cazel..." - DC Metro Theatre Arts link
"There's real heat and chemistry between David Bryan Jackson's buttoned-up Miss Prism and Amie Cazel's twitterpated but celibate Dr. Chasuble."
- DC Theatre Scene link
R.U.X. (Rockwell's Universal SeXbots)
*Winner Best Comedy at Capital Fringe Festival 2012
"marvelously performed by Cazel" -The Society Pages link
"In this role, Cazel emerges as the star of this show." - DC Theatre Scene link
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
"All of the actors have beautiful voices, especially Cazel..." - DC Theatre Scene link