Me and Mine
A newlywed as of 4/24/2010, I live in the amazing city of Chicago with my awesome husband Eric and our two spectacular cats, Magellan and Oz. Though my loves are books, theatre, and travel, I'll write about whatever I'm interested in for the moment. Also, I'm a busybee - I'm a full-time Office Girl, but also in Grad School getting my Masters in Secondary Education with a focus on teaching English.
At present, I'm basking in the afterglow of our recent Hawaiian honeymoon, and beginning fall classes.
“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart” - Helen Keller
States I’ve visited as of 8/29/2010
A Play a Month Scorecard – 2010!January 2010
Ragtime - Neil Simon Theatre, NYC
Funny Girl - Drury Lane Oakbrook
Annalee Jones and the Meanie Genie - Rascal Children's Theater
Zumanity - Cirque du Soliel, Vegas
Snoopy! - Highland Park Players
Chekhov Shorts - St. Sebastian Players
Vanishing Points - Point of Contention
Hephaestaus - Lookingglass Theatre
Days of Late - Sinnerman Ensemble
The Farnsworth Invention - TimeLine Theatre
The 39 Steps - Broadway in Chicago
Neverwhere - Lifeline Theatre
Oh, Boy! - CityLit Theatre
Sex Marks the Spot @ Theatre Building Chicago
Aida @ Bailiwick Chicago
Numbfeel @ Viaduct Theatre
A Little Night Music @ Tuesday's Child
Spinning Yarns: The Robot's Tail @ Rascal Children's Theater
Sherlock Holmes: The final adventure @ Idle Muse Theatre Co
Billy Elliot @ Ford Center for the Performing Arts
Ready or Not, here we come …
Do you like Tim Burton movies, Creepy crawly things, great writing, fearless actors, scary masks and make-up, and theatres conveniently located above liquor stores?
If SO, then come see The Skriker. I play a Hag. Annie plays a Dark Fairy AND a black dog. It’s been one of the most bizarre and interesting rehersal processes ever – and I think the show is going to be dynamite. Rebecca, our director, has created a truly unsettling and yet somehow beautiful underworld for us to play in, and I think it’ll be amazing.
Come play with us. What are you afraid of?