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My acting skills were really forged through many summer seasons of genuine rolling repertory at The Theater At Monmouth in central Maine. Switching daily between Shakespeare, Shaw, Sheridan and Moliere required flexibility, clear choices, accurate memory and incredible teamwork. On-camera work began when I represented a drugstore chain in TV commercials. Soon my credits included a national Chitisol infomercial that matched ratings with the Ginzo Knife and the George Foreman Grill. I continue to do theater, commercials, voice-overs and occasional film work and have taught theater programs for young people as well as London-based theater classes for Colby College. I was proud to play a homophobic, closeted camp director in simultaneous film and stage productions of Carolyn Gage’s “Ugly Ducklings,” as part of a national campaign to support LGBTQ youth. Medical projects included modeling best practices in dealing with spousal and elder abuse in teaching videos for the the University of New England Med School. Playing the lead role of tough DA Constance Smith in Mark Lund's indie film "Justice is Mind" was pure pleasure.
A classically trained actor and a member of AEA since 1977, I've been lucky enough to perform the whole range of theater possibilities: classical drama, musicals, modern comedies. I've performed 22 different Shakespearean roles and played leads in two world premieres of new musicals. In October 2014 I'll be playing the title role in "Mrs. Mannerly" at the Good Theater in POrtland, ME.
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