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More about Angeline
Angeline was NOT a child craving the stage, rather she was a miserably shy little girl who went to tears when called upon in class. In Jr. High she came out of her shell, Angeline’s mom encouraged her to take a speaking part at a Flag Day presentation. Something broke open after that performance and Angeline fell head over heels in love with public speaking and acting. In high school, she acted and directed plays and had a job as a radio DJ. After graduation, she decided to follow a more “normal” career path and went into banking. All the while, still longing for the stage. Looking for a career change, she went to work at a local TV station and by chance a weekend weather position opened, she pounced on the opportunity, later becoming a reporter and morning news anchor. After the news gig, Angeline settled into a public relations career. Then in 2017 after the untimely death of her husband, Angeline stumbled onto a Chautauqua workshop. From that workshop, Roxy the Riveter was born, a woman based on her own mother’s experience as an ammunition’s loader during WWII. Angeline also gives a hat tip to, Minnie Pearl, the country comedian and Shakespearean trained actress. From Minnie to Mae, Angeline allows her inner sex symbol to emerge with the portrayal of Mae West in the 1926 play entitled “Sex”.