65Tarzana, United States
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My self-summary
I'm an actress who reinvented herself ten years ago into a credentialed theatre teacher with an MFA. I teach acting and the skills and strategies of theatre in a university, also used to teach in public schools and colleges, and recently have returned to acting. My kids are grown, so a new chapter is beginning.

If someone lies about their age - something so concrete with the possible exception of time travelers - it makes me wonder what else they'd be willing to stretch the truth about. I am sixty-four, my pictures are current. To say I'm youthful sounds like a cliche, but it's true. I'm a trained dancer and move better than most people no matter what age, my hair is still brown, and wrinkles haven't caught up with me yet. I communicate well with kids, which is a good thing since, until recently, I worked with around 400 of them every week. I also communicate well with adults, which is also handy since I teach university classes and present workshops and seminars for faculties and conferences. I have many good friends, some since we were kids. I've traveled some, want to travel more, want to add to the list of my adventures.
What I’m doing with my life
I teach, consult, take jazz dance classes when I can, spend time with friends, spend too much at Starbucks, read, rehearse, act, try to make a difference.
I’m really good at
My job whether I'm acting or teaching, staying in touch with friends, making people laugh out loud.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm tall and slender and easy to talk to.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am a country music fan, which surprises people who know me. Random Harvest by James Hilton and Raintree County are my favorite books of all time, followed closely by Edith Wharton, Dorothy Parker, and the Spencer for Hire series (go figure) and now Brett Battles' series of Jonathan Quinn novels. Malcolm Gladwell's book The Tipping Point. I love the movie Cinema Paradiso. I watch Turner Classic Movies.
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to change perception of arts in education from frivolous to foundational. How to get the most out of the next 30 years. How I might make myself sit on chairs instead of the floor when I'm teaching. Why I still tend to jump around when I'm happy.
On a typical Friday night I am
There really isn't a set answer to this one.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
If its online it's not private, no?
You should message me if
You are happy with yourself but wish you had someone in your life who made just about everything more fun.
The two of us