Amy Knapp builds one-of-a-kind gingerbread houses in her workshop in the woods. She shares the joy of it all through workshops, her recently published book, and with a vibrant group of followers on her Facebook and Instagram pages. Visit Gingerbread Amy.
When people ask how I became Gingerbread Amy sometimes I say it goes back to Adam and Eve. Got time? And that's always fun! Also, this play, Dilemmas with Dinner, directed by Carol Bense, was the reason I hunkered down in Wolfeboro. Over coffee at Railroad Ave. coffee shop I saw a listing for auditions in the Grunter. I had just finished a project and wasn't sure about my next move. I liked the quiet winters in Wolfeboro. So I decided to audition and if I got a part I would stay. I was shocked to get any role. Playing Julia was life-changing (in a good way). And Carol Bense is one of the best directors out there. So grateful for the people involved and the whole experience. What fun it was. A farce. A friend. ... See MoreSee Less
My oldest friend gave me her mother's mixer and we can hardly wait to bake some cookies using it. Over 60 years of snickerdoodles by Shirley. So very meaningful. It's good to be in California again. Just a mere FOUR DECADES ago I was a bright cheerful tour guide at Universal Studios Hollywood... See MoreSee Less