Young, angry and ambitious, Sister Amy is sick of Abbey life and it's leader, Brother Michael, and uses her intelligence and sex to manipulate men into doing her bidding. Devious and immoral, she is willing to do anything to get her way.
About Alison Louder
Alison Louder is a familiar face on TV, known for her recurring supporting role as Emily on Being Human.
Alison's theatre background includes developing several new plays at Playwrights Workshop Montreal and Canada's National Theatre School and going behind the scenes as Assistant Director/Producer for Montreal's premiere production of Ariel Dorfman's Speak Truth To Power, which performed to sold-out houses and received critical acclaim in 2009. She is also Artist Rep for the Festival St-Ambroise Fringe de Montréal and the MainLine Theatre Board of Directors, conjunctively; the Spokesperson for ACTRA Montreal's Young Emerging Artists Assembly; a comedian/improviser; a classically trained musician; and an award-winning, grant-funded playwright. Her one-woman show, Hot Pink, premiered at the 2010 Festival St Ambroise Fringe de Montréal and was remounted during the 2014-15 theatre season.
Alison's film credits include On The Road, Another Silence, Being Human, Blue Mountain State and You Belong to Me. Her stage credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream; Sissy in Heaven; Mina in Dracula; Little Red Riding Hood in Into The Woods; Beth in The Elusive; and KITH, Kids in the Hall's first full-length live show in a decade in which Alison featured as an honorary fifth wheel comedian.