There’s a good chance you’ve seen Dorothy at an MCCT show. She’s usually dressed all in black and she’s making sure the show happens from behind the curtain. As a seasoned Stage Manager, Dorothy is
There’s a good chance you’ve seen Dorothy at an MCCT show. She’s usually dressed all in black and she’s making sure the show happens from behind the curtain. As a seasoned Stage Manager, Dorothy is someone everyone in MCCT has come to rely on! Read on to hear why she volunteers with us and what being a part of MCCT means to her!
What brought you to MCCT in the first place?
Jen Whitaker, we were at WFHB one day with nothing to do…
Why did you want to be a part of
Farndale is a hilarious script and who would not want to be a part of it?!?
What is the most challenging part of your role?
How did you become a stage manager? It seems like hard work!
My daughter was in a professional company (Louisville/New Albany) when she was young and I was forced to sit through rehearsals…I mean, I went to all the rehearsals and am not very good at just sitting and being a good girl so I volunteered to help
What is something unexpected that you’ve learned by being a part of community theater?
I’m not sure it was unexpected, but I love that everyone has a role in community theatre! Acting is not easy and it’s not for everyone…except here. Everyone is welcome, everyone is encouraged, and everyone can play!
What is your favorite thing about this show?
The show is hilarious and it is fun to watch the actors have fun!
What is your biggest challenge with this show?
Trying to stay healthy has been a challenge not only for me but for the majority of people involved with the show. So when you hear deep, guttural coughing backstage, it isn’t necessarily me.
What would surprise the audience to know about you?
I am a quiet, retiring, bookish sort of woman.