This page last updated May 2005. All bad links were deleted.

I obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Speech/Theatre in May 1990 from Bemidji State University at the tender age of 20. My ambitions of obtaining my doctorate were put on hold indefinitely when I became pregnant with my daughter at the time of college graduation. Being a single mother for over five years did not make attending graduate school feasible. Perhaps someday I will fulfill my dreams. In the meantime, my daughter and I attended plays/musicals in the Orlando area often when we lived there. We saw Stomp, Tap Dogs, Master Class, State Fair, Big, The King & I, Cats, Annie, Victor Victoria, and more (we had season tickets to the Broadway shows). I dragged my ex-husband to see Phantom of the Opera one spring because I felt Stephanie was a little too young to enjoy it. I have seen it several times, and will see it again and again! February 2001 for Stephanie's tenth birthday I took her to see Carmen. Now that we live in Fargo, North Dakota we don't have the opportunity to see Broadway tours as we did in Orlando or Chicago, but I'm sure we'll get some in. I have provided some links here to theatres around the country, playwrights and various sites regarding theatre throughout the WWW. Thanks to some fellow theatre lovers for their contributions (you know who you are).

AACT Home Page || Broadway, New York || Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre || Goodman Theatre || Greek Theatre Index || Guthrie Theatre || Int'l Centre For Women Playwrights Home Page || Kids 4 Broadway || Literary Resources (Theatre & Drama) || Metropolitan Opera || Musical Heaven || Native American Actor / Actresses FAQ || Opera de Paris || Paul Bunyan Playhouse || Playbill Online || Royal National Theatre || Royal Opera House || Sen'klip Native American Theatre Company || Skenotheke: Images of the Ancient Stage || Theatre History in Canada || Theatre Links || Theatre Links


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