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Hair: Dark Brown
Voice: Mezzo Soprano
Range: C3 to C6
After a ten year hiatus from theater to have my three remarkably beautiful children (not that I am biased), it was time to dive back into the theater world. What I found was that I am a decidedly fuller and more complete human being when I am performing. And I’m kind of funny . . . I had forgotten all about that! I decided to trust the path and trust that if I put my creative energy out in the world, I will land exactly where I am supposed to.
So, my time has been spent developing and growing my craft, taking classes with absurdly talented teachers, auditioning, performing beautiful roles such as Fiona in Brigadoon (I will always miss being her), the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods (didn’t end so well with the whole crushed by a tree thing), understudying Sarah Goldman in Beau Jest (I REALLY had to stretch my ability to portray an anxious, slightly neurotic Jewish girl trying to please everyone), and multiple animals in Theater for Young Audiences. For a complete list of all of the roles I have played, the fabulous teachers with whom I have had the honor of studying, and other super random stuff about me (did you know I have my Masters Degree in Social Work?), please click the RESUME bottom on the left (or above if you're on your phone).
In addition to theater, I decided to dip my toe in the Chicago stand-up comedy circuit. Why? Because life is full of funny stuff and it is important to laugh at our shared and unshared experiences with other humans. I am determined to try the things that scare me and stand-up can be terrifying! I can be met with blank stares by people not interested in the musings of a suburban wife and mother re-turned actor. You know what? More often, I am met with laughs and nods and appreciation for someone who is open to finding the funny in the messy, the laughs in the tears, and the ridiculous in the chaos. Mostly, people really like that my standard poodle, Leo, looks more like me than my children . . . who ALSO look a lot like me, so that speaks volumes about my dog . . . or volumes about my hair.
Other than theater, I love to hike with my family, spend as much time in the mountains as humanly possible (which is obviously why living in Chicago makes so much sense?), exercise, laugh with friends, see as much theater as I can, and collect mugs that make me think of the people, places, and memories that fill my cup (see what I did there?). I could never have started down this beautiful and winding road without all of the love and support of my family and friends.
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