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Amanda Whiteley is a New York based director, producer and photographer. 

She believes that one's attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity and that experiential theatre has the potential to become one of greatest reclamations of attention in the 21st Century. Amanda specializes in building immersive experiences and gravitates toward stories with mythic roots and magical realism.

She studied theatre and history at Middlebury College and went on to pursue a certificate in classical acting at RADA in London. Post graduation, she formed her site-specific theatre company, Spokehouse Productions, in an effort to rebuild community around storytelling and reinvent alternative performance spaces in NYC. With Spokehouse she directed full productions of Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Color & Light, Stupid F**king Bird, and workshops of new plays, Sam & Mel are Going Straight to Hell, and Flowers, Extensions & Tea. This summer she and her Spokehouse co-producers will take another new play, This is a song about an Old Welsh Witch, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Other collaborations include workshops at Red Bull Theater, Project Y, Mile Square Theatre and Mercury Store. 

As a filmmaker, Amanda directs narrative music videos and freelances as a commercial producer. Music video collaborations include, Theatrely’s  So Much to See (Official Music Video for the 2022 Tony Awards), Billy Recce’s Come Out (Huffpost Feature), Niamh Collin’s Jellyfish (Winner at Barcelona Indie Film Fest & Rome Music Video Awards), Niamh Collin’s Misplaced (Winner at Munich Music Video Awards), Poli Olivaria’s Day by Day (currently in production) and Bryan Munar’s Boy Like U (pre-production). She also runs a photography studio in midtown where she specializes in portraiture and headshots. 

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