Primary Stages ESPA  Playwrights Festival
December 4th and 5th, 2012 - I will be participating in a few readings at Primary Stages this coming Tuesday and Wednesday.  Free and open to the public -  Heidi Shreck's class at 5 PM on Tuesday, and Winter Miller's class at 7PM on Wednesday.  More info to come

RSVP at :

Primary Stages Studios
307 W 38th St, Suite 1510 (between 8th and 9th Ave) NYC

"Billy Witch" at APAC
November 1-17, 2012 - I play Miranda - a young gal at summer camp -  ghost stories, romps in the woods, aquatics.... it's a lot of fun!

By Gregory S. Moss directed by Erik Pearson

When: From Thursday, November 1  through Saturday, November 17.

Thursdays at 8 p.m. |   Fridays at 8 p.m. |   Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. 

What: In this quirky, creepy, bawdy comedy, 14-year old Oliver braves the wilderness to discover change at sleepaway camp. Miles away from home, surrounded by pubescent boys and girls, Oliver is not prepared for the life altering transformation he will soon experience. From twisted first sexual encounters, to spooky campfire stories unfolding before his eyes, Oliver's time at camp is anything but normal.

Who: Eric Bryant*, John Patrick Doherty*, Britain Gebhardt, Aimee Howard*, Dawn Luebbe* , Allyson Morgan*, Seamus Mulcahy*, Andy Phelan*, Will Roland, Hasmik Anna Saakian, Ben Schnickel, Nicholas Urda*, and Liz Wisan*. (*Performing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.)

How: Tickets are 18$/general, 15$ with code ahoward (opening weekend only), and 12$seniors/students, available online at or by calling 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the Theatre Box Office, 30 minutes prior to the performance.

Where: APAC, Astoria Performing Arts Center Good Shepherd United Methodist Church (30-44 Crescent St, Astoria, NY 11102. Entrance on 30th Road.) Astoria, NY 11102

Directions: Take the N or Q Subway to 30th Avenue. Walk down 30th Ave. to Crescent St. (Mount Sinai Hospital is on the corner.) Turn left on Crescent Street. Walk one block south, then turn right onto 30th Rd. Entrance is second set of red doors on left.

Running Time: 90 minutes

Children under 14 not permitted.

Reading at The Fifth Annual Lit Crawl NYC
September 15, 2012 - The Liars League NYC has selected "Dear Kesha" as one of their favorites and have asked me to read it again as part of the Manhattan LitCrawl.  In "Dear Kesha" by Anthony Tognazinni,  a friend RSVP"s to a party she cant - or won't - attend.

LitCrawl NYC includes 3 hours, 23 venues, and 100+ authors in literary readings, conversations, games, music, burlesque, and more. On the roster of fabulous acts are Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting) and America’s sweetheart Molly Ringwald (discuss her new novel, When it Happens to You). An after party for the ages follows.

When: Saturday, September 15th. 8:15-9PM.
"Lies We’ve Told"
One Mile House Bar
10 Delancey Street NYC 10002 (between Bowery & Chrystie)

Liars’ League NYC is a live literary journal featuring professional actors reading original short stories by up-and-coming and well-established writers. For Lit Crawl NYC, we present three favorite stories from past shows: Anthony Tognazzini’s “Dear Kesha,” Jessica Lott’s “Just Off Canal,” and J.T. Townley’s “Emperor of One.” Liars’ League NYC is hosted by Andrew Lloyd-Jones.

Shooting films  in The Hamptons
July 2012 - I'm spending two weeks in Southold, NY working on a number of short films with The Manhattan Film Institute.  Bon Voyage!

Reading with The Liars League NYC
May 2nd, 2012 - I will be reading a short story with The Liars League NYC.  The Liars League was originally founded in London in April 2007 and is a monthly live short fiction night featuring professional actors bringing to life the best in original fiction from both established and up-and-coming writers. Or, as they like to put it: writers write, actors read, audience listens, everybody wins.  This is the inaugural event of the NYC branch.

It starts at 7PM  but you might want to get there a little before that to make sure you get a seat. It is free  and runs roughly two hours with an interval. 

85 East 4th Street, NYC 10003-8904
Nearest Subway: 2nd Avenue (F), Bleeker Street (4,6), Broadway/Lafayette (B,D,F,M)

Liars League NYC

Liars League London

In "Dear Kesha" by Anthony Tognazinni,  a friend RSVP"s to a party she cant - or won't - attend.

Staged Reading of "LaCrosse"
May 10th, 2012 - I will be performing in a one-night only staged reading of "LaCrosse", as part of Emerging Artists Theater Company's "In The Oven" Series.  Lacrosse is a two-person romantic serio-comedy written by my frequent collaborator Kevin Brofsky and directed by Vivian Meisner. The play is under consideration for an Off-Broadway run in 2013. 

In LaCrosse I play Sally Zimmer, a young female painter, newly wed after an extremely long wait.  Having grown up Jewish in the early 20th Century, she suffers from the social prejudice which has kept her a fearful child in many ways.

LaCrosse by Kevin Brofsky, directed by Vivian Meisner*

It's 1953 and newlywed couple, Sidney (Joe MacDougall) and Sally Zimmer (Aimee Howard) are returning from Seattle to their hometown, Philadelphia, in a Nash Rambler. As the scenery goes by, they are forced to confront their present, their past, and their fears and hopes for the future.

Cast: Aimee Howard*, Joe MacDougall*

Buy tickets for Thursday, May 10th at the link below

When: Thursday, May 10th at 7PM
Where: Tada, 15 west 28 street (between 5th & Broadway), 2nd flr, NYC 10001

Emerging Artists Theatre

Staged Reading of "Disco Vs. the N.Y.P.D."
May 15th, 2012 - I will be performing in a one-night only staged reading of "Disco vs. NYPD", as part of Emerging Artists Theater Company's "In The Oven" Series.  It is a dark comedy directed by NY Times columnist Steven McElroy and written by United Stages co-founder J. C. Reuning. This play is under consideration for an Off-Broadway run in 2013. 

I play Peggy Callaway, an accomplished 60 year old legal strategist trapped in the body of a teenage girl with Attention Deficit Disorder. Through the span of her brief but colorful career she has embraced the advantage of being two steps ahead of everybody in the room and is a formidable legal opponent by virtue of her off-the-chart hatred of authority and blind loyalty to her clients.

Disco v. the N.Y.P.D. by J.C. Reuning, directed by Steven McElroy

Synopsis: In the comedy Disco v. the N.Y.P.D. written by J. C. Reuning, a police psychologist, his junior practice partner and their unconventional stenographer, evaluate the mental fitness of a famous Upper East Side eccentric who has been arrested in Central Park for a Quality of Life violation.

Cast: Wynne Anders*, Marc Castle*, Brett Douglas*, Glory Gallo*, Aimee Howard*, Jill Knapp, Brook Zelcer

Buy Tickets for May 15th

When: Tuesday, May 15th at 7PM
Where: Tada, 15 west 28 street (between 5th & Broadway), 2nd flr, NYC 10001

New Orleans - callbacks   
I've been auditioning for movies in New Orleans - getting callbacks and having fun!

I will update the site soon with more recent info from the past few months.  In the meantime, check out a reading i'm doing in NY (info below)

Reading of "La Crosse"
March 3rd, 2012 - A public reading of Kevin Brofksy's new two person play "La Crosse".


Reading of "Deny The Enemy"   image
November 21, 2011- I have had not been able to update my website for awhile due to some technical difficulties.  I'll post past acting highlights from the last few months soon, but in the meantime I wanted to get the information out about an upcoming play reading open to the public in which I play a high-ranking Office of Strategic Services agent (this takes place pre-CIA).

DENY THE ENEMY by Larry Harris
Monday, November 21st

7 PM

The Director's Company

311 West 43rd St, 4th floor

Starring: Michael Andrako, A.J. Cedeno, Eric Chase, Glory Gallo, Jamie Heinlein, Peter Herrick, Aimee Howard, Wayne Henry, Scott Klavin, Peter Levine, Don Meehan, and Nicholas Wuehrmann.

Donald Brenner is directing this drama based on a true story:

At the height of World War II, Moe Berg, a Jewish-American baseball player turned spy, hunts down Werner Heisenberg, the German Nobel Prize-winning physicist, who is building and secretly sabotaging Hitler's atomic bomb.

NY Commercial AgentNovember - I'm now freelancing with Wendie Adelman at The Gage Group for commercials.

Louisiana Legit/Commercial Agent October - I'm now represented in Louisiana by Tosha Smith-Horne at Talent Connexion!

"The Austerity of Hope" in The Fresh Fruit Festival   image
July 2011- Will be acting in "The Austerity of Hope", a new full length play written by Dan Fingerman and directed by Dan Dinero.

Set in Astoria, gay men in their 20s struggle with the changes that occur in their relationships, careers and lives. The election of Obama serves as a backdrop.

I play Claire McCastle; a tough, independent, smart, and funny professional.  She has lots of gay friends she adores, but refuses to be defined by those relationships.

The "Austerity of Hope" will star: Matthew Baldiga, Spenser Genesy, Jason Hart, Aimee Howard, Nik Kourtis, Emily Kratter, Matt Pascua, Jacob Perkins, and Max Rhyser.

I recommend buying tickets now as it has a limited run - Monday, July 18, 2011 through Saturday, July 23, 2011

It's going to be great!


Direct Link: To order tickets visit SmartTix!

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Reading at The Directors Studio   image
Saturday, June 18 - 8:00PM - 11:00PM

I'm acting in two of these pieces - the reading is open to the public and it's free!

The Directors Studio
311 W 43rd St, 4th Fl
New York, NY

Between Us Productions Presents

Fortress of Solitude by D. J. Sylvis
The Sum of Your Experiences by Trace Crawford
Traffic Jam by Jennifer Bogush
The Joker to the Thief by Billy Manton

Eric Chase
Chris Douros
Paul Herbig
Aimee Howard
Nate Rubin
Ja-ron Young

Directed by Samantha Lee Manas

"Road To Montana" screening at The FirstRun Fetival

Saturday, March 26, 2011 from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (ET) -

Road To Montana has been selected by the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film, Television & New Media to screen at The First Run Film  Festival.

Cantor Film Center, Theater 200
36 East 8th Street
New York, NY 10003

Staged reading of "Consumed" March 16, 2011 -  I'm participating in a staged reading of CONSUMED, a play by Chris Widney at TADA with Emerging Artists Theater Co.  I'm playing an OCD nurse with a hidden wild side.

TADA! Theatre, 15 West 28th Street, 2nd floor, 8:45PM

"Road To Montana" screening in Maine Frozen Shorts March 16, 2011 - "Road To Montana" is having its first public screening at Maine Frozen Shorts 2011. Proceeds from the night will go to support the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes, a veterans organization that helps disabled vets and their families adjust to civilian life. Tickets are $8 advance, $10 at the door and are available online here:

Commercial Agent imageI'm now freelancing with Mary and Annette at Artists Entertainment Agency!

Artists Entertainment Agency

Update coming very soon...   image
March 2011- Will update site to post date winter events- been busy busy busy - in the meantime, above are some public performances to look out for.

"Duct Tape Twins" screening at Columbia MFA Festival   image
 October 2010 - "Duct Tape Twins", a surreal film in which I play one of the title duct tape twins, is having its first public screening  at the 8-12 Festival at Columbia.

Saturday, October 30 · 11:00am - 12pm

Location Miller Theater at Columbia University
2960 Broadway (at 116th Street)
New York, NY

"Two For The Seesaw" at Deertrees Theatre Festival  AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2010 -  I am thrilled to be playing the role of Gittel Mosca in Two For The Seesaw as part of the Deertrees Theatre Festival at the Deertrees Theatre in Harrison, Maine.  

Backstage Feature:
Aimee Howard... Got The Part!
  imageAUGUST 2010 - I was interviewed for Backstage newspaper about being cast in Two For The Seesaw.

Click here to read the article online.

Cast in two more short films! image MAY 2010 - Cast in two short films, one at NYU, one at COLUMBIA GRAD school.  More info to come.

"The Road To Montana" shooting in Maine   image
APRIL 2010 - I just returned from Bridgton, Maine where I was acting in a film called The Road To Montana, directed by Caitlyn Coady.  I play Stella Rose, a mystical woman who reads tarot cards and works in a jewelry store.     

MARCH - APRIL, 2010 -  See me perform in a number of staged readings of new plays...

3/26/10 @ 7PM : The Anesthesiologist by Richard Ploetz, TADA Theatre, 15 West 28th St., 3rd floor. 7PM

4/11/10 : Take Care by Kevin Brofsky

4/26/10 @ 7PM :  Disturbed by Lynda Crawford, Playformers Group at Waterside Plaza, Building 30 Level A

"PORTRAITS" screening at Showbiz Expo in NY and LA image MARCH - APRIL, 2010 -  The film Portraits, in which I play a proud mama, will be screening for Exhibitors and industry professionals at the Showbiz Expo NYC at the Hilton on March 28th at Expo LA April 24-25th at The LA Conventions Center.  Its free if you register in advance at

"TOM CRUISE, GET OFF THE COUCH" mounted once more image MARCH 22, 2010 - If you've missed seeing this hilarious show in the past (I directed it), here's your chance.   It's part of an evening of performance to benefit the Dublin Gay Theatre Festival (where this production played in 2008) TADA Theatre, 15 West 28th St., 3rd floor.

Featured in Headshot article  FEBRUARY, 2010 - Mercedes McAndrew, photographer extraordinaire, featured some photos of me she took during the fall in article on her blog.  You can read the feature here and see more of her work here

Acting in "Secret Angel" and directing "Border of Camelot", Emerging Artists

  imageNOVEMBER 12-22, 2009 - I am delighted and challenged to be directing and acting in two original pieces for the Emerging Artists Theatre Company 2009 Fall Eatfest (Series B).  I am acting in Secret Angel and I directed Border of Camelot

Secret Angel
by Kathleen Warnock / directed by Ian Streicher
with Aimee Howard* and Irene Longshore

The Border of Camelot
by Kevin Brofsky / directed by Aimee Howard
with Christopher Berger and Marinell Maddon

*denotes member of Actor’s Equity Association

TADA! Theatre
15 West 28th Street 2nd Floor
Btn 5th/Bdwy

Tickets are $18 adults / $12 student rush/seniors/TDF  

To order tickets online:
or by phone: (800) 838-3006

EMERGING ARTISTS THEATRE provides a dynamic home for playwrights and artists to develop their work from an idea to a fully realized production. In the past 17 years, Emerging Artists has premiered over 275 new works and also garnered a Drama Desk Nomination, received the American Theatre Wing Award for Consistent Commitment to Excellence in Theatre, and named ­Best Off-Off Broadway Theatren Company in NYC for Actors to Work With by Backstage Magazine. In the last five years alone, Emerging Artists has provided opportunities for over 1,500 diverse artists (who did not have the resources themselves) to see their work developed and premiered.

"PORTRAITS" selected as finalist of DoorPost Film Project imageSEPT 1-SEPT 16th, 2009 - I play a proud New Jersey mom in the short film Portraits.  Portraits is one one of ten films in the Final Round of the International DoorPost Film Project. You can watch Portraits at and if you choose to, vote for it.  Voting will remain open from September 1-16. In order for your votes to be counted, you must watch and vote on all 10 Finalists' Films.  The filmmakers of the winning film will be awarded 100,000 dollars for their next project!

"MICHAEL AND MICHAEL HAVE ISSUES" on COMEDY CENTRAL image JULY 15 - AUGUST 30, 2009 - See me weekly on Michael and Michael Have Issues with Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black.  I play a production office staff member in every episode of Season 1. Wednesday nights at 10:30PM EST

New  Headshots! imageCheck out Gallery 1 for some of the photos from my latest photo session. with photographer Mercedes McAndrew

"JOHNNY INFAMOUS" a short musical for Emerging Artists Illuminating Artists - New Works Series  image 
MAY 3, 3009 - I'll be playing a sex-crazed singing cheerleader in Matt Casarino's hilarious "Johnny Infamous" starring Ryan Knowles  "All the girls in school want Johnny Infamous but when the schpol bully challenges Johnny, will he come through... or will he succumb to his peccadilloes"

8:30PM TADA! Theater 15 West 28th Street

Go to for news archives image Eventually all the news will fall under this page's jurisdiction. In the meantime, please check out my news archives at

New website launched! image 3/18/09 - I am thrilled to launch this newly redesigned website. Please peruse, and feel free to send feedback.  I'd like this to be as user-friendly as possible.