I "think" I have a sense of humor, although, in this context, probably not so much. I greatly appreciate a sense of humor, though, and if someone can make me laugh, that is a very attractive quality.
I can be both shy and socially outgoing. I find value in being both. I can carry on a conversation with practically anyone. In general, I'm a very curious and engaged listener.
I often think of myself as Howdy Doody on the outside and David Lynch on the inside. By that, I don't mean that I am "a David Lynch film" on the inside, just David Lynch. Is that clear?
I'm polite and respectful--my momma raised me well. And I expect the same in others.
Writing this much has been torture so I'm going to stop.
Seriously, about the theatre thing, it is a big part of my life, but I prefer my drama to be on-stage. And, fortunately, my job requires me to be interested in a variety of things so it doesn't take much to arouse my curiosity. :)
(I stole that from someone else's profile because I love it and it's true.)
I read a lot of plays...yeah. I also read a lot of non-fiction usually related to plays I'm working on (histories, biographies, etc.).
I like a variety of styles and am always grateful for suggestions of new artists. I lean towards alternative, folk, world, electronica.
I don't watch a lot of tv. I enjoy it, I just don't watch a lot of it. MODERN FAMILY, BREAKING BAD, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK are my recent favorites.
On the good old fashioned radio, I love Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me, This American Life, All Songs, TED, On Being, All Songs. I guess this makes me a public radio dork.
As for food, I'll eat anything. I have a ragging sweet tooth, though.
4. Running shoes
5. Bookstores (I realize there may be none left before long)
6. A good masseur