Writer, editor, singer. I've died many times on stage as Mimi in "La Boheme," but there were some laughs too as Marie in "The Daughter of the Regiment" and as Norina in "Don Pasquale." I've acted in off Broadway outings, " Cowboy's Lament," "Baby With Bathwater," "Doubt, " "6 Rms Riv Vu," and in musicals, such as "Cabaret," "Brigadoon," and "Stop the World! I Want to Get Off." I've created and sung classic recitals in several concert venues in New York and more recently created and performed in cabaret shows on 42nd Street and Restaurant Row on 46th Street. So I sing a lot.
Writing? Yes. A weekly column in the Washington Post (in New Jersey, I must add), theater and dance criticism in New York, and two novels: "Who Have the Power" (effects of the Comstock Lode on the Native population) and "Quest of the Sleeping Princess"(a novel set in the midst of George Balanchine's ballets).
I have a B.A. from Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana and a Master of Divinity from New York Theological Seminary. I occasionally preach feminist theology in New York churches.