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Betty-Jane Parks is an Eckerd College graduate and has been acting in the Tampa Bay area since 2007. Jobsite fans may remember her from her past roles in and Night of the Living Dead and Embedded, and she is thrilled to return to one of the first professional ensembles she ever worked with. Other favorite recent performances include (but are not limited to): Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Honey) and Barefoot in the Park (Corie U/S) with American Stage, Gruesome Playground Injuries (Kayleen) with Stageworks, Hamlet (Ophelia) and Loves Labours Lost (Princess of France) with St. Petersburg Shakespeare Company and A Wizard of Oz (Dorothy) with Suncoast AIDS Theatre Project. Another, perhaps most treasured, role of hers is that of a Teaching Artist with American Stage’s Education Department. There, Betty-Jane teaches drama clubs, camps, playwriting classes, and Shakespeare workshops to students of all ages. Thank you for supporting live, local theatre!