On May 201th 2017 Amelia Rose will be live at, The SVA Theatre 333 West 23 Street New York NY, 10011. We invite you all to be apart of this amazing movement. Child support a focus on a major issue affecting urban & caribbean community.
About Amelia Rose
Amelia Rose was born in January 2007 in Bronx, New York. Best known to everyone as “Mimi”, it was clear from a young age that she had that elusive It Factor. She is a natural born talent, whose bubbly personality is infectious. Since the age of 3, she has had an energy and a passion for arts and entertainment.
Like every 9-year-old girl, Amelia loves to play with her besties, listen to music, play soccer, and remake her favorite cooking channel recipes. Unlike most of her friends, Amelia also loves to perform. She is a versatile talent who does runway and print modeling, and was an all-star dancer with the Brooklyn Nets.
Amelia has a kind and loving heart, and participates in the Act of Kindness challenge, which allows her to give back in many ways—such as collecting warm blankets for homeless.
Amelia is eager to learn and explore, and excited to share her love for dance, modeling, and entertainment with you!
About SVA Theatre
A Home for Film, Media, & the Visual Arts.
Opened in 2009 after being re-envisioned by celebrated designer Milton Glaser and a team of architects and artists, SVA Theatre has become a world-class facility, specializing in the projected image, as well as seminars, lectures, and other presentations, many of which are free and open to the public.
The SVA Theatre is widely known for Milton Glaser’s iconic kinetic sculpture atop the marquee, which comes to life every hour on the hour. Inside, the elegant lobby leads to two auditoriums, Silas and Beatrice (named for SVA’s founder and his wife), which seat a total of 745 guests.
Originally opened in 1963 as the RKO 23rd Street, the building’s prior tenants have included both cinematic and performing arts organizations, most notably Broadway’s Roundabout Theatre Company, and played host to hundreds of artistic events over the years.
The SVA Theatre continues that tradition by hosting a variety of events year-round, both private and public. In addition to serving the needs of the School of Visual Arts, it is available to the community at large. We welcome you to attend our public events and to rent the space for your event needs.