|Elle de Amor
|Elle de Amor
SDC Associate/SAG Eligible
She has almost 30 years as a performing artist, mastering acting and vocals. She
is an active member of the Hispanic Organization of Latino Actors, Actors Equity
Association, and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
Her theatre and film experience encompasses directing, acting, singing,
costuming, stage management and most recently, playwriting. She received
praise for directing projects at the 2011 Actors Studio Drama School Repertory
Season from James Lipton, “…she’s a great director!” She has worked with
distinguished theatres: the Depot Theatre, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, the
Theater for the New City and, most recently, the Know Theatre of Binghamton,
NY, among others.
Conny Meng, North Country Public Radio’s Connie Meng said, “She has created
a three-dimensional character that we can understand and empathize with. She
also has good comic timing …” of her role as Pancha, Real Women Have Curves.
Emilio Estefan commented, "Que Bonita Voz."
She earned several awards for singing from the Bronx Rising Stars, Hispanic
World’s Fair, and Amateur Night at the Apollo. For over a decade, she was
mistress of ceremonies for special events such as the Bronx Puerto Rican Day
Parade and Bronx Week Festivals, hosting the stage for artists such as the King of
Mambo, Tito Puente and other legends of Freestyle, Urban and Latin music.
Since 1997, Elle has produced Night of Roses – Noche de Rosas. NOR is a
celebration of the life of RosaLee Alberio, a talented and gifted teen who lost her
battle against lupus in 1995. It has evolved from a lupus awareness event into a
benefit for creative arts-in-education programming. RosaLee was an active
member of Bronx Creative Arts for Youth when her life was cut short by the
She earned degrees in Theatre (BA-CUNY/Lehman College, MFA-Actors Studio
Drama School at Pace University) and Education (MS-Mercy College). She
continues to achieve her goals by cultivating her passion as an artist and her
respect for learning.