TOO LIVE NURSE performers.



Providing entertainment and education to the health care community. TOO LIVE NURSE has performed extensively across the country and have been featured on the nationally syndicated Doctor Demento Show.

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Amy FiebkeAmy Fiebke, RN
Too Live Nurse performer, director and writer for our shows; lead and backup singer for our albums; lyricist for our newer albums including the soon to be released Rockin' to the Algo-Rhythms IV CD (currently in production).

Amy is co-ower and President of MUSE-MED, Inc. as well as producer, director, and writer for TOO LIVE NURSE. A graduate from Hudson Valley Community College's A.S in Nursing program (2005), Amy is a full-time Maturnity nurse at Fairview Hospital. In addition, Amy is a professional singer/actress who has performed throughout the US, Canada and the Caribbean in film, TV and stage and with Too Live Nurse. Some of Amy's favorite roles include Agnes in I Do - I Do, Joan in Dames at Sea, the Witch in Into the Woods, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Sr. Amnesia in Nunsense. Amy is co-writer, lyricist, and director of Who's Got the Keys?, the world's first musical comedy about nursing and the current state of healthcare. Additionally, Amy is also co-founder of Zuul Studios.

Ted Fiebke, RNEdward J. (TED) Fiebke Jr., RN, B.M., B.S.N.
Composer, orchestrator/arranger, sequencer, musical director, keyboardist and sound engineer for our albums and performances; lyricist for our newer albums including the soon to be released Rockin' to the Algo-Rhythms IV CD (currently in production).

Ted is co-owner and Vice-President of MUSE-MED, Inc., as well as writer, producer, and in charge of marketing and advertising for TOO LIVE NURSE. Ted graduated from Columbia-Greene Community College (1992) with his ASN. and from SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome (1997) for his BSN. He works as a ICU/CCU nurse at Fairview Hospital, located in Great Barrington, MA.. He graduated from Berklee College of Music in 1982 with a Bachelor of Music (BM) degree in Film Composition and has worked on cruise ships including the SS Rhapsody and The Discovery Cruise Line (with his wife, Amy Fiebke) as a keyboard-player in lounge bands. He worked with his wife, Amy Fiebke, in a cabaret act know as THE ACT for several years performing musical cabaret and dinner theater. He was musical director and played keyboards in stage productions of Jesus Christ Super Star, Into the Woods, Guys and Dolls, A Little Night Music,and Godspell. Since 1984, he has been the organist/choir director at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, and has written several original musical compositions for children and adult church choirs. Ted is a composer/arranger, and musical director for Who's Got the Keys?. He is co-founder of Zuul Studios.


Richard B. Lapo, JR.
Too Live Nurse performer and creative collaborator for our shows; lead and back up vocals, and lyricists for our newer albums.

Richard has been a full time self-employed piano turner/rebuilder for the past 24 years, gaining the status of Craftsman Member of the Piano Technicians Guild in 1979. He studied piano and music education at SUNY Fredonia in the early 1970's. Richard has been active as an actor, director, musical director and accompanist in over 30 stage productions over the past 11 years. Favorite roles include: Joe/Josephine in Sugar, Leo in Chapter Two, Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar, and Happy in Death of a Salesman. Being a devoted Gilbert and Sullivan fan, his favorite musical that he directed is The Pirate of Penzance. Richard has worked with Amy and Ted on many occasions over the years, including the role of 'Doc' in Who's Got the Keys?. As far as nursing/medical experience goes. . . Richard had his appendix out, had kidney stones twice, and dated a nurse for a while about 15 years ago! Finally, Richard is a devoted husband to wife, Debbie (who he met in a show in 1991 when he was in drag!), and devoted father to Griffin (born in 1999) and Bailey (born in 2001).

Mark Wilson
Too Live Nurse performer and creative collaborator for our shows; lead and backup vocals for our newer albums.

Mark is thrilled to be part of Too Live Nurse, having worked with Amy, Ted, Richard and Joanne on other projects, notably Godspell and H.M.S. Pinafore. He has performed in live theater since high school and so feels very much at home with whatever gets thrown at him.

In his other life, Mark works for the New York State Bar Association as production manager for legal reference books. He lives in Kinderhook with his wife Ruth and three sons.

Joanne Maurer
Stage Manager, Costumer/Seamstress and creative collaborator for our shows.

Joanne left nursing school many, many years ago, the night before she was to start giving shots to live patients. Yow-Za!!

After a long career as an elementary school teacher, she retired and found fun working with Too Live Nurse. Now she helps this fabulous group bring laughter to nurses. She's busy behind the scenes dressing and undressing everyone in the dark. And, if you think you're having fun in front of the stage, imagine all of the fun she's having backstage!

Joanne holds her Masters in Theater and has helped create costumes for many, many shows for many, many years for many, many theater productions! She lives with her loving husband, Chuck, and is proud of her one son.


Ed Martin, RNEd Martin, RN, B.S.N., C.H.N.C.
Too Live Nurse performer and creative collaborator for our shows; lead and backup vocals for our newer albums; lyricist for our newer albums including the Rockin' to the Algo-Rhythms III CD.

Ed began his nursing career in 1970 when he entered Columbia Memorial Hospital's School of Nursing in Hudson. He acquired his Nursing Diploma in 1973 and immediately began working at the Albany Medical Center in the Northeast's High Risk Labor and Delivery Room and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, where he stayed for 5 years. He subsequently worked at Albany Medical Center's 30 bed Adult Intensive Care Unit for another 5 years. He then went to the Stratton Veteran's Administration Hospital in Albany and began working in their Cardiac Care Unit. He switched to the Hemodialysis unit and worked there for 7 years. Then he transferred to the Operating Room/ Recovery Room and remained there for 7 years. He currently is the Community Health Nurse Coordinator for the Stratton VA Medical Center, where he is responsible for initiating home care for all the veterans in the Albany VA catchment area. He is widely recognized as an expert in discharge planning, and has delivered presentations at nursing conferences in San Antonio, Nashville, and Atlanta. He has delivered talks titled, Discharge Planning; Payment Sources for Home Care; The Role of the Discharge Planning Nurse; and Utilizing Medicare for Home Care Funding. He acts as a consultant to physicians, home care agencies and other home care coordinators within the VA system, and he has oriented new Community Health Care Coordinators to their positions within the VA system. Additionally, Ed helped develop, produce and teach on a VA training video for new CHNCs within the VA system.

From a "performing point of view", Ed has been singing since he was a kid. He has performed in numerous musical theaters in a multitude of roles including: Riff in West Side Story (when he was much younger), to Arvide in Guys and Dolls. Ed sang the part of Cervantes/Don Quixote, in Man of La Mancha, and he enjoyed making audiences titter as Fagin in Oliver. (In this age of political correctness, not many people feel comfortable using the word "titter".) He uses his experience to create many zany characters including the lovable GOMER in the hit nursing musical Who's Got the Keys?.

Ed has been married for 25 years, almost 26 years, to his beautiful wife, Lorraine. Together, they raised two gorgeous daughters: Diana, a Senior in college at the State University of New York at Fredonia, and Katherine who is just finishing up her freshman year in High School at Ichabod Crane High School in Valatie, New York.

All that, and he has great legs!


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Too Live Nurse believes that one of the best ways to combat stress and promote learning is through the therapeutic effects of humor. We further believe that an integral part of a positive self image is the ability to laugh at oneself. It is with this in mind that we have produced our recordings. Besides, it's fun to laugh so hard that you wet yourself!

Sincerely, Too Live Nurse

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