Archie (John Rhys-Davies) is a God on a mission to ensure that true love always wins. Or, short of that, that someone is going to die trying. Not that he particularly cares which outcome it is. That's Archie's "Bad Cupid" approach to romance and beware anyone who gets in his way, especially anyone he's actually trying to help.
Starring John Rhys-Davies, Shane Nepveu, Briana Marin, Claybourne Elder, and Amelia Sorensen
My name is Amelia Sorensen, and I was born and raised the pacific northwest in a town called Ashland, Oregon. I started taking improv classes during the summer when I was seven years old, and my love for acting quickly grew to a year-round affair. I've now been acting for 14 years, starting with improv and comedy, and moving into musicals and more dramatic roles as I grew older.
I moved to New York City in early 2018, and have been living here ever since. I started taking classes, auditioning, meeting new people, and being more creative than I ever planned and it has been such an adventure.
I am proud of how far I've come, and excited by how far I have to go.
Why I Perform
I'm so excited to get to do the work that I love on a day to day basis. Whether it's auditions, rehearsal, shoots, editing, or just reading scripts and practicing lines, I'm in love with every part.
Moving my career forward has been a challenge, to be sure. But I love the work, and I'm committed to my passion. Digging into yourself to find the honesty in projects is unbelievably rewarding.
Here's to the creators, those who are changing the world.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ART (LONDON)
OREGON THESPIAN SOCIETY (STATE COMPETITION WINNER)
OREGON THESPIAN SOCIETY (REGIONAL COMPETITION WINNER)
INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY (NATIONALS QUALIFIER)
2016 BEST NON-PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTION IN ASHLAND (Radium Girls)