What is your favorite breakfast food?
- Fresh New York style cinnamon raisin bagel with nothing on it.
What is your favorite piece of clothing?
My dance shoes. Last year I started teaching a dance class at our conservatory. Between the classes and directing Chicago and A Chorus Line, it’s been a blast getting back into a regular routine of dance after a 12 year hiatus. So I replaced my 20 year old character shoes!
If someone wrote a biography about you, what do you think the title would be?
What She Did for Love (My passion has driven most of my life decisions.)
What did you want to be when you were 12 years old?
A dancer and actress and a director, I’ve wanted to be one since I can remember. I always wanted to run my own theatre so I could do my favorite shows and cast all my friends. I remember thinking my Dad would be the business manager and my Mom would make all the costumes; and I would get to do all the fun stuff.
What is your favorite language other than your own native language?
French. And I can’t speak of word of it.
What is the last book you read and why did you choose it?
Since I spend most of my time reading scripts, I rarely seek out books but take recommendations from friends. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows, has been a favorite!
What was in your high school locker?
Dance shoes and leotards, I had to run to dance rehearsals after school. Food. I always had food in my locker for some reason. Oh, and notes from my “boyfriends” that I would keep in a box.
If you had a band, what would you name it?
Kiki and the Kickers (and we would have a lot of “pow” of course)
What is your favorite weird food combination?
I add jelly to my grilled cheese sandwiches.
Tell us two truths and one lie about yourself in random order.
I’ve met Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
I’m a natural blonde.
My husband and I went on a shark dive in Bora Bora.