est. 1994, Cleveland, Ohio.
Amanda Enzo's journey to authenticity in expression began not far off the shores of Lake Erie. After graduating from Euclid High School in 2012, a licensed cosmetologist and eager actor set her sights for NYC. The first step was conquering Karamu House Theater, the longest running African American Theater in the US, in The Secret Life of Girls. In 2013, she arrived at NYU and soon became a college dropout turned chef. By 2017, she was back in college, after finishing an associate's in Theater, she graduated with two bachelor's degrees in May 2020, one in Theater, the other in Film Production. Now, on her MFA journey, this egalitarian existentialist searches to contribute only authenticity of nature, history, love, drama, conflicts and difficulties of humanity into her creations. She/they/it/Enzo is screenwriter, director, actor, dancer, singer, editor, cinematographer, stage manager, dramaturg, trained badass and all around artist. One label just won't do...