Katrina Stevenson – Artistic Associate, Ensemble Member
First Jobsite performance: True West, 2000
Favorite Jobsite projects: The Mineola Twins (bruises and all), or any time I get to play with the “Bad Boys of Abridgement.”
Upcoming projects: We Wont Pay! We Wont Pay! (actor), Grimm’s Faery Tales (director/writer), All the Great Books (abridged) (director/costumer/dummy wrangler)
Dependants of note: The Wundermutts Wolfgang and Pugsley and the kitties Romeo, Electra and Lola
Top 3 books: Good Omens, The Lord of the Rings, The Dark Tower Series
Top 3 movies: Amadeus, Clue, Henry V
Top 3 bands: Sarah McLachlan, The Beatles, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
What made you dedicate yourself to Jobsite? I never felt like it was a choice I made. Jobsite was what I had spent my life looking for. A place to create great theater as an actor, director, costumer. People who never ask “why,” but always ask “why not?” Artists who share and embrace my passion and obsession for the stage. A playground where I get to share the jungle-gym with the best people I could have ever hoped to meet.
Favorite quote: “We’re actors — we’re the opposite of people.”
Favorite local haunts: New World Brewery, The Hub
Hobbies: Sewing, knitting and other needle-based adventures, amateur dog grooming
Biggest hero/role-model: Gilda Radner
Anything else to add? Jobsite is like Lewis Carrol’s Wonderland … We’re all mad there.
I am a South Florida writer interested in finding a musical theater company willing to perform my South Florida inspired play called WonderlandRockOpera.com. The musical WonderlandRockOpera.com was designed to address the victims of pill users, friends and family, which receive no closure from these troubled individuals when their relationship ends.
The musical text is posted here http://www.WonderlandRockOpera.com
Demo songs are posted here http://www.reverbnation.com/wonderlandrockoperacom
Having a hard time finding a female singer to demo the female songs.
I do have a list of bands interested in performing the play, but actors and bands are two different artists, akin to writers and performers. People seem to be listening to the songs and I have risen up the charts on Reverbnation almost over night. The open mic nights I have performed locally seem to draw a great interest in the music and cause. I have lost two friends to pills, and this play is about my loss.
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