Amia is a sophomore at the Jacobs School of Music pursuing a BSOF in Voice and Musical Theatre. The Well of Horniness is her first production at IU. Prior to this year, she has starred in a variety of productions in Philadelphia, PA. Previous credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Molly Aster), The Little Mermaid (Ariel), Les Misérables (Éponine), You Can’t Take It With You (Alice Sycamore), and Mary and Max: The Musical, where she originated the role of Mary in early workshop stages at the Lincoln Center (NYC), among other work in the Greater Philadelphia region. An avid songwriter and composer, she has written accompanying songs for some of these productions, in addition to releasing original music (“YoungLove,” “Notice You,” “Powder Blue”) under her continuous artist project as Amia K. She is currently managing the release and promotion of her debut EP, writing a new song each day and embarking on the creation of “Sweetheart,” an original musical, and “Classe Francais,” a mockumentary-style comedy series. During the rest of her time at IU and in subsequent years, she hopes to develop her skills as a vocalist, actress, composer and playwright, applying them in synergy with one another to original creations in a wide variety of mediums with the ultimate goal of bringing empathy, humor and precision to the representation of teens and young adults, particularly women and LGBTQ+ individuals, on the stage, screen and speaker system.
About Amia Korman
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