Wright Words: Stage actress defies odds, wins high praise for high standards

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  • Atalya Stansbury Park, UT
    Aug. 8, 2012 11:04 a.m.

    Great to see you are still going strong, Amaree! We thoroughly enjoyed watching your performances at SVU, and I am glad to see you are successfully negotiating the shoals of life and your chosen field. You are an incredibly talented person, both on and off the stage, and I know you will continue to do well. Note to anyone out there--if you get a chance to see her on stage, do so. She is a powerful performer. --Deborah Beier

  • John Armstrong Buena Vista, VA
    Aug. 7, 2012 7:35 p.m.

    We love you and your family, Amaree. We also loved you in "110 in the Shade." Thank you for being who you are.

  • rodney k. smith BUENA VISTA, VA
    Aug. 7, 2012 10:13 a.m.

    I have known Amaree Cluff and her wonderful family from virtually the first day, back in 2004, when I began my service at Southern Virginia University. I watched her perform while in college and then I was blessed to watch her perform professionally. She always captured the show. President Kimball said the day will come when LDS artists, true to their faith, will do great work like the masters. Amaree is a small, but worthy, part of that picture. I wish you could all see how the spirit seems omnipresent during her performances. Her family, in turn, are salt of the earth. They sacrificed much to bless Amaree and all their children. Along the way, they were stalwarts of sacrifice in building Southern Virginia University.

  • hope4ever Glen Alpine, NSW
    Aug. 7, 2012 7:59 a.m.

    Thank you Jason for this article and thank you Amaree Cluff for being a great example to your peers. Keep up the good work and never waiver. Hope to see you one day on the stage or on the big screen. The world needs performers like you.