Amy Arbizzani

Singing Actress & Arts Educator in Chicago, Illinois

Prior to performing Off-Broadway, Amy toured nationally with THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA (First Broadway National) and internationally with TWICE CHARMED (Fairy Godmother) for the Walt Disney Company. She made her small screen debut as epileptic First Lady Ida McKinley in MURDER AT THE FAIR, and has appeared in many industrials and a few commercials (perhaps most famously touting Empire Carpets).

An Illinois native, Amy won a Jeff award (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical) for her portrayal of Lucille Frank in PARADE. Other fave credits include Amalia in SHE LOVES ME, Reno Sweeney in ANYTHING GOES, Christine Daae in PHANTOM and the title role in EVITA. She appears regularly in concert and cabaret engagements and can be heard on a handful of new musical recordings.

With a Masters in Elementary Education & BFA in Music & Theatre, Amy is passionate about the power of arts education. Fascinated by the different learning styles and personalities of youth, she has served as classroom teacher, teaching artist and private coach for numerous schools, theatres, companies and clients for over 15 years.

  • Work
    • Actors Equity Association
  • Education
    • Aurora University
    • Illinois Wesleyan University