TSR: What’s your role in our production of WAPAJ?
CB: I am playing Trudy. She's a passionate, driven social worker.
TSR: Tell us the story of how you first got involved in the theatre.
CB: The small, Montessori elementary I went to didn't have a theatre program. Some other first graders and myself started scripting and staging myths from the classroom copy of D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths. We would perform them after school for our parents. My first role was as Pestilence in the Pandora story, because I already owned a bat costume. I've been type cast ever since.
TSR: What’s your funniest memory from High School?
I got my first detention because Erykah Badu wouldn't let me get my homework out of my locker. It wasn't funny at the time.
TSR: What would you be a Patron Saint of?
The obvious answer is Gingers. I don't know. Patron Saint of Crafting and White Wine?
TSR: Why should we see this play?
This is such an awesome piece of lady-driven theatre. It straddles groundedness and hilarity in a way that isn't commonly available to female characters.