Recent Projects

March 2018:
Reading of "Olga" with Play With Your Food. 

January - April 2018:
"Party Face" Off-Broadway, by Irish playwright Isobel Mahon.
Directed by Amanda Bearse. Stand-by for Hayley Mills and Klea Blackhurst.

January 2018:
Co-star in "Black Rest" coming soon on HBO.

December 2017:
Co-star in "The Good Fight" with Audra McDonald. 

October-November 2017:
Lady Capulet in "Romeo and Juliet" at Westport Country Playhouse. Directed by Mark Lamos. 

July 2017:
Project Shaw's "Super Shaw Women" with Jayne Houdyshell and Daphne Rubin-Vega. 

June 2017:
Dr. Platt in "The Big Sick" movie which arrives this month on the big screen.

May 2017:
Guest Star on "Younger" Season 4 with Sutton Foster.

March - May 2017:
Amelie performs on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theater.

April 2017:
Broadway's Amelie performs on the Today Show.

Instagram takeover for Jordan Roth's account. 

Blog post for The Ensemblist about opening a show on Broadway.

December 2016:
Betsy Hanson in "Bull" on CBS. 

November 2016:
Amelie at the Ahmanson in LA, CA.  

August 2016:
"She Loves Me" CD signing event at Barnes & Noble.

"Chasing Taste" movie is released on itunes.

July 2016:
Amanda in "The Apple Cart" with Project Shaw at Symphony Space.

"She Loves Me" closes at Studio 54.

Interview for the "She Loves Me" Broadway HD Livestream.

June 2016:
Dr. Platt in Judd Apatow's upcoming Feature Film "The Big Sick".

April 2016:
Playbill photo feature!

March 2016:
"She Loves Me" opens on Broadway.

January 2016:
"She Loves Me" rehearsals begin.

Instagram "takeover" for @TheEnsemblists.

July - October 2015:
"Amelie" at Berkeley Rep, in the roles of Amandine and Philomene. Starring Samantha Barks. Directed by Pam MacKinnon.

May 2015:
Mrs. Juno in Project Shaw's "Overruled" at Symphony Space.

Developmental reading of "Hooray for Iceboy!". Directed by Alex Timbers.

Prospect Theater Company Gala.

April 2015:
Guest spot on Hulu's Deadbeat released (Season 2, Episode 11).

Developmental reading of The Untitled Tina Landau Project.

Developmental reading of "Amelie". Directed by Pam MacKinnon.

March 2015:
Featured performer at WNYC's "Radio Revelry" Gala.

February 2015:
Developmental workshop of The Untitled Tina Landau Project.

Play ready of "Torpid" with Michael Berry and Matt Bogart.

January 2015:
Guest star on Hulu's Deadbeat.

December 2014:
Bonnie & Clyde reunion concert at 54 Below.

October 2014:
Alison has updated her television/film/commercial reel. Please click here to view.

"Ba Mama Bacu Bose: All of Our Mothers" - a benefit concert at Symphony Space to benefit Village Health Works.

June - August 2014:
Fiasco Theater's "Into the Woods" (as the Witch) at the Old Globe.

April 2014:
Staged reading of "Torpid" by Craig Pospisil: starring Alison Cimmet and Gregory Jones.

March 2014:
National Corporate Theatre Fund (NCTF) Gala honoring Kristen Chenoweth: featured singer.

February 2014:
Madame Thenardier in "Les Miserables" at North Carolina Theatre.

December 2013:
Developmental lab/workshop of "My Life is a Musical" at The Duke Theater on 42nd Street. Written by Adam Overett. Directed by Marlo Hunter. Musical Direction by Matt Castle. Starring: Sarah Stiles, Howie Michael Smith, Preston Sadleir, Jim Walton, Alison Cimmet, Natalie Charle Ellis, Chris Critelli, and Kevin Zak.

November 2013:
Proserpine in Project Shaw's "Candida."
Starring Judy Kuhn, Douglas Sills, Alison Cimmet, Brandon J. Vukovic, Jordan Coughtry, and Bill Kux.

October 2013:
Several VoiceOver skits for WNYC's fall pledge drive.

Another "Beltway Bunch" skit for the Dave Letterman show.

Featured singer in NAMT's "Show Off" Benefit Concert.

"Rocket Science" reading at Hamilton Stage.
Book by Patricia Cotter, music by Stephen Weiner, lyrics by Jason Rhyne. Directed by Michelle Tattenbaum. Starring: Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Penny McNamee, Alison
Cimmet, Jonathan Rayson, F. Michael Haynie, Andrea Lynn Green, Marrick
Smith, Melvin Brandon Logan, Alex Paul, and James Penca.

August 2013:
Reading of "The Heart of Robin Hood".
Directed by Gisli Örn Garðarsson. Starring Will Swenson, Claire van der Boom, Greg Hildreth, Lauren Molina, Oona Laurence, and Alison Cimmet.

July 2013:
Hilda in "On the Rocks" at the Players Club. A Shaw Project reading.
Starring Karen Ziemba, Jonathan Hadary, Alison Cimmet, Jack Gilpin, Merwin Goldsmith, Andrea Lynn Green, George S. Irving, Ron McClary, Michael McDonald, James Rana, Justine Salata, Michael Selkirk, A. J. Shively, Robert Stanton, Matthew Sullivan, Marc Vietor and Diane Stilwell Weinberg.

May - June 2013:
"3 Kinds of Exile" at the Atlantic Theater Company.
A world premiere of a new play by John Guare.
Directed by Neil Pepe. Starring: John Guare, Omar Sangare, Martin Moran, David Pittu, Alison Cimmet, Jacquelyn Landgraff, Jeffrey Kuhn, and Kate Rigg.

May 2013:
Emcee for Prospect Theater Company's Spring Gala.

April 2013:
Lady Edith in the Broadway-star-studded musical parody "Downton Abbey at 54 Below - Season 4, Episode 1 Sneak Peek".

March 2013:
Commercial shoot for Havertys Furniture in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood" closes on Broadway.

February 2013:
Performs in the role of Helena in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."

January 2013:
Performs in the role of Princess Puffer in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."

Featured skit ("The Beltway Bunch") on the Dave Letterman Show.

December 2012:
The cast of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" performs the original music video "Bustle Fluffah."

November 2012:
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" opens on Broadway.

October 2012:
Previews begin of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" on Broadway.

September 2012:
Orbitz commercial begins airing.

May-June 2012:
"My Wonderful Day" by Alan Ayckbourn; at the Two River Theater Company.
Directed by Nicholas Martin. Starring Alison Cimmet, Kevin Isola, Danielle Skraastad, Susan Heyward, and Kimberly Herbert Gregory.

April 2012:
National commercial shoot for

Alison answers questions from "The Quaz" with Jeff Perlman.

March 2012:
"At This Performance" concert: a salute to Broadway understudies.

"Fine & Dandy" concert.
Starring: Annie Golden, Alison Cimmet, and Dewey Caddell.

"The Loop" by Warren Leight. Produced by Play With Your Food.

February 2012:
"Sense & Sensibility" staged reading at the Denver Center New Play Summit.
Directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge.

December 2011:
"Who's Your Mommy?" staged reading at The York Theatre.
Directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett.

"Bonnie and Clyde" opens on Broadway.
Directed by Jeff Calhoun. Book by Ivan Menchell, lyrics by Don Black, and music by Frank Wildhorn. Music Supervision by John McDaniel, and music direction by Jason Howland.
Cast: Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, Claybourne Elder, Melissa van der Schyff, Louis Hobson, Joe Hart, Alison Cimmet, Garrett Long, Marissa McGowan, Leslie Becker, Mimi Bessette, Victor Hernandez, Michael Lanning, Dan Cooney, Matt Lutz, Jon Fletcher, Katie Klaus, Cassie Okenka, Sean Jenness, Justin Sargent.

November 2011:
"Bonnie and Clyde" previews begin.

October 2011:
"Bonnie and Clyde" rehearsals begin.

September 2011:
"Baby It's You!" closes.

July 2011:
Playwrights Horizons' concert and cocktail reception of "Fine and Dandy" (by Kay Swift). Adaptation by Jimmy Ray Bennett, musical arrangement by Aaron Gandy.

June 2011:
"Don't Quit Your Night Job" at Le Poisson Rouge.

"On Alison Cimmet and Dreams Fulfilled" article on

"Bonnie & Clyde" reading at Lincoln Center.
Directed by Jeff Calhoun.
Book by Ivan Menchell, lyrics by Don Black, and music by Frank Wildhorn.
Starring: Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, Claybourne Elder, Melissa Van Der Schyff, Wayne Duvall, Chris Peluso, Kelsey Fowler, Ted Sutherland, Leslie Becker, Mimi Bessette, Casey Shea, Natalie Hill, Alison Cimmet, Victor Hernandez, Michael Lanning, Dan Cooney, Michael Mulligan, Danny Stiles and Marty Thomas.

May 2011:
Alison Cimmet performs the role of Florence Greenberg in "Baby It's You!".
Nice write-ups in and Valerie's Gallery.

"Live! Nude! Girl!" reading at the New York Theatre Workshop.

April 2011:
Beth Leavel's standby in "Baby It's You!" on Broadway.
Previews begin March 26, 2011. Opening night April 27, 2011.

Interview in the Maine Sunday Telegram.

February 2011:
Featured role in a "Bad Crooks" webisode.

January 2011:
Cameo in a "Mel and El" webisode.

December 2010:
Independent Film "Tasteless."
Directed by Sean Gannet.

"Christmas in Flatbush" by Wendy Wasserstein.
Play With Your Food readings in Westport and Greenwich.

November 2010:
"Amazing Grace" reading.

October 2010:
"Most Likely to Die" staged reading.
Directed by Elizabeth Lucas.

September 2010:
"Sense & Sensibility" the musical.
Reading directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Starring Christianne Noll, Brandi Burkhardt, Robert Petkoff, Dan Kohler, Alison Cimmet, Jillian Louis, Jamison Stern, Nora Mae Ling, J.B. Adams.

August 2010:
"Bonnie & Clyde" reading.
Directed by Jeff Calhoun. Starring Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan.

June 2010:
"Titanic" in concert, at the NY Society for Ethical Culture.
Starring: Alma Cuervo, Martin Moran, Michael Mulheren, Jennifer Piech, Don Stephenson, Henry Stram, Robert Petkoff, Jeffry Denman, Liz McConahay, Doug Kreeger, Eamon Foley, Matthew Scott, Andrew Samonsky, Emily Loesser, Bruce Sabath, Ryan LaTour John Jellison, Tim Jerome, John Hickock, Blair Ross, Alison Cimmet, Bailey Hanks, Brian O'Brien, Autumn Hulbert, Kevin Crewell, Matt Lutz, Peter Cormican, and Brian Scott Lipton.

April-May 2010:
"She Loves Me" at the Westport Country Playhouse
Directed by Mark Lamos.

January 2010:
Short film "Exit".
Directed by Elizabeth Lucas. Cast: Alison Cimmet and Graham Rowat.

December 2009:
Upright Citizens Brigade: Level 501 final performance, with teacher Shannon O'Neill.

"Liberty! the Musical" concert.
NYC Immigration Coalition holiday gala.
Starring : Diana DeGarmo, Alison Cimmet, Hollis Scarborough, and John Hillner.

"Taxi Cabaret" 10th anniversary concert at the York Theatre.
Music & Lyrics by Peter Mills.
Starring original cast members Alison Cimmet and Christopher Graves, along with Jimmy Bennett, Jen Blood, Sara Jayne Blackmore, Spencer Case, Sarah Corey, Andrew Durand, Brian Earp, Leo Ash Evens, Kelechi Ezie, Piper Goodeve, Ben Gunderson, Barrett Hall, Mara Herman, Kathryn Holtkamp, Dan Housek, Timothy Huang, Matthew Johnson, Amy Justman, Greg Kenna, Amy Linden, Alison Luff, Jaygee Macapugay, Brian Maxsween, Colin McAdoo, Lisa Mindelle, Karla Mosley, Mark Mozingo, Jed Q. Peterson, Robby Sharpe, Rich Silverstein, Alana Simone, Rebecca Soler, Max Spitulnik, and Nikki Switzer.

November 2009:
"Sense & Sensibility" demo recording and reading at Playwrights Horizons.
Music by Neal Hampton and book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow.
Director: Sam Scalamoni.
Starring: Jessica Grove, Kristin Maloney, Jim Stanek, Dan Kohler, Nora Mae Lyng, J.B. Adams, Michael Sharon, Jilian Louis, Patti Perkins, Alison Cimmet, Jamison Stern, David Arthur, and Michele McConnell.

Teacher of commercial master class for The Broadway Workshop.

Upright Citizens Brigade: Level 501 performance, with teacher Shannon O'Neill.

October 2009:
Feature Film "March!"
Directed by Damon Cardasis. Written by Shannon Walker.
Starring: Shannon Walker, Tyson Kaup, Jacob Knoll, Samantha Sherman, Alison Cimmet, Kevin Breznahan, and Venida Evans.

"Chance and Chemistry: A Centennial Celebration of Frank Loesser",
a concert to benefit The Actors Fund.
Directed and choreographed by Christopher Gattelli with musical direction by Brad Haak.
Starring: Alison Cimmet, Sir Paul McCartney, Jo Sullivan Loesser, Annette Bening, Laura Benanti, John Bolton, Ashley Brown, Liz Callaway, Alan Campbell, Art Garfunkel, Ana Gasteyer, Debbie Gravitte, Lauren Kennedy, Tom Kitt, Marc Kudisch, Judy Kuhn, Liz Larsen, Michele Lee, Emily Loesser, Audra McDonald, John McMartin, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Julia Murney, Phyllis Newman, Steven Pasquale, Noah Racey, Chita Rivera, John Stamos, Nia Vardalos, Patrick Wilson, Maury Yeston, and others!

"Die Cast": Columbia Student Film.

September 2009:
"Liberty! the Musical" concert with NYMF.

August 2009:
"Don't Quit Your Night Job", featuring a revolving cast of Broadway’s brightest performing without a net, returns after a six month hiatus, with proceeds going to benefit the Theatre Development Fund’s Open Doors Program. Don't Quit Your Night Job is where Broadway goes to let its hair down.
Thursday, August 20th, 11:30 pm, at the Julia Miles Theater, 424 West 55th Street (between 9th & 10 Avenues), NYC.

"Time After Time" reading.
Music by Jeffrey Saver and book & lyrics by Stephen Cole.
Director: Gabriel Barre. Music Director: Peter Eldridge.
Starring: Andy Karl, Lauren Kennedy, Matt Bogart, Mandy Gonzalez, Jennifer Rae Beck, Caitlyn Caughell, Alison Cimmet, Peter Cormican, Donald Corren, Roger DeWitt, Eric Michael Gillett, Mitcell Greenberg, John Leone, Jillian Louis, Anne Tolpegin, Stephanie Umoh, Robin S. Walker, Lauren Worsham.

July 2009:
"Bonnie and Clyde" reading.
Music by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Don Black, book by Ivan Menchell.
Director: Jeff Calhoun. Music Director: Mark Hummel.
Starring: Laura Osnes, Stark Sands, Dennis Parlato, Chris Peluso, Melissa van der Schyff, Mare Winningham, Claybourne Elder, Kelsey Fowler, Dylan Snyder, Steven Booth, Dan Cooney, Sean Jenness, Marty Thomas, Tad Wilson, Leslie Becker, Alison Cimmet, Natalie Hill, and Tricia Paoluccio.

Ikea commercial shoot, running nationally starting October 2009.

June 2009:
Cheerios commercial, running nationally.

May 2009:
"Liberty! the Musical" reading and demo recording, directed by Igor Goldin.

"Sense and Sensibility" workshop (role of Fanny Dashwood).
Music by Neal Hampton and book and lyrics by Jeffrey Haddow.
Director: Sam Scalamoni.
Starring: Piper Goodeve, Deborah Grausman, Zachary Prince, Josh Young, Todd Alan Johnson, Russell Arden Koplin, Alison Cimmet, Jamison Stern, Jan Neuberger, J.B. Adams, Peggy Pharr Wilson, Eleni Delopoulos, and Michael Pizzi.

April 2009:
Brown Alumni Cabaret Concert, benefitting Donors Choose.
Starring: Alison Cimmet, Vanessa Zimmerman, Rebecca Bellingham, Sarah Coogan, Jonathan Harris, and Andy Hertz.

March 2009:
"Wonderland" reading: a new musical by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy.
Directed by Gregory Boyd. Music Direction by Ron Melrose.
Cast: Lauren Kennedy, Julia Murney, Sean Palmer, Nikki Snelson, Anne Tolpegin, Alison Cimmet, Julie Brooks, Sean McCourt, Natalie Hill, Ryan Silverman, John Treacy Egan, Kristy Cates, Kevin Smith Kirkwood, Noah Weisberg and Kyle Dean Massey.

February 2009:
Continued studies with the Upright Citizens Brigade.

January 2009:
Performed the role of Kaite in "Katie and Frank" (by Theresa Rebeck) in the "Play with Your Food" reading series in Westport, CT.

December 2008:
Staples television & radio commercials, running nationally.

"ASTEP Together": a benefit concert by ASTEP@NYU at the Triad.
Cast: Anne Tolpegin, Rebecca Robbins, Alison Cimmet, Michael Halling, Randy Glass, Kevin Greene, Autumn Hurlbert, Andy Kelso, Colin Donnell, Alice Lee, Emma Hunton, Emily Kinney, Caitlin Kinnunen, Gabe Violett and Zach Reiner-Harris, Shauna Goodgold, Jacob Hoffman, and Kimberly Moye.

November 2008:
"The Count of Monte Cristo" reading: a new musical by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy.
Cast: James Barbour, Brandi Burkhardt, Gregg Edelman, Michael Shawn Lewis, Natalie Toro, Craig Bennett, Kevin Earley, Chelsea Stock, Kevin Greene, Alison Cimmet, William Thomas Evans, Dan Petrotta, Tim Shew, Anne Tolpegin and Alison Walla.

"Wonderland" reading: a new musical by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy.
Directed by Gregory Boyd. Music Direction by Ron Melrose.
Cast: Brandi Burkhardt, Nikki Snelson, Anne Tolpegin, Alison Cimmet, Julie Brooks, Maurice Murphy, Andy Senor Jr., Cheryl Freeman, Sean McCourt, Natalie Hill, Kyle Post, Tad Wilson, Eric Jordan, Ryan Silverman.

October 2008:
"Don't Quit Your Night Job" at the Zipper Factory.
Cast: Dan Lipton, Steve Rosen, David Rossmer, Sarah Saltzberg, Derrick Baskin, Tituss Burgess, Alison Cimmet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Matthew Gumley, Hunter Foster, Jordan Gelber, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Jason Kravits, Marc Kudisch, Norm Lewis, Josh Radnor and Sandy Rustin.

August - November 2008:
"A Tale of Two Cities" (Broadway Debut) at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. A new musical by Jill Santoriello. Directed by Warren Carlyle.

June 2008:
"I Am Not Breakfast" workshop: a new play by Drew Sachs.
Directed by Amy Kaisser. Produced by the Epiphany Theatre Company.

April 2008:
"Who's Your Mommy?" reading, directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett.

Continued studies with Upright Citizens Brigade.

March 2008:
"Main-Travelled Roads" at TBG Theatre.
Recipient of the 2007 Richard Rodgers award. By Dave Hudson and Paul Libman. Directed by Igor Goldin, Music-Directed by T.O. Sterrett. Cast: Alison Cimmet, Stacie Bono, Tally Sessions, and Joe Mahowald.

"Two Sides of Love" reading: a new play by Tom Baldinger.

February 2008:
"Snow" reading: a new musical by Sean Hartley.

January 2008:
"Reality!" (a new musical) reading.
Book & Lyrics by Itamar Moses, Music & Lyrics by Gaby Alter. Directed by Michelle Tattenbaum, Music Direction by Brian Usifer. Cast: Alison Cimmet, Lance Rubin, Michael Arden, Rebecca Hart, Anika Larsen, Michael Crane, Christopher Burris, Hannah Ingram, Shorey Walker, and Jonathan Rayson.

"Play with Your Food" reading series in Westport, CT
New York Times: Staged Readings for a Few, Well Fed

December 2007:
"Once Upon a Single Mattress" - Columbia Grad short film
Written & Directed by Tobey List.
Cast: Alison Cimmet & David Lloyd Rabig

"Push and Release" - Short Film
Written & Directed by Josephine Hagerty


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