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.

Recent Collaborations: My MFA buddy Kathleen Jones and I launched Good Pilgrim and produced Pregnant Pause at Planet Connections last summer!

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.

View me on IMDB or Actors Access

Follow me on Instagram @amiecazel

Check out these reviews from some of my stage performances:

Pregnant Pause

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

The Seagull

"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