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     Growing up my parents were constantly telling me to tone it down, get my head out of the clouds, and to stop being so dramatic.  If I was doing the dishes, it was in character.  I was a poor orphan forced to labor away for a cruel master.  My brother quickly learned to play “the cruel master,” and loaded all of our assigned chores onto my ever willing, perception-lacking shoulders while he watched TV.  Yeah, I was that kid. 

     While I have learned to “tone it down,” I have never grown out of my love for playing pretend.  As an adult, though, it’s harder to get away with talking in a voice not your own, to people who aren’t there.  That’s why the good Lord gave us the theatre.  As someone with a degree in theatre, I am no longer a strange lady talking to herself in the corner while her children are eating lunch.  No, I am an actress studiously working to perfect her craft.  I love my job.

Qualifications:

BFA in Theatre with 20 years experience acting and directing hit plays.

Audiobook training from Arthur Insana, Joe Loesch and Pat Fraley

Ongoing training with Nancy Wolfson of Braintracks Audio.