What do you think of Outdoor Trek so far, and what are you looking forward to about the upcoming production?
What cool things do you do in your life apart from Outdoor Trek?I write in my spare time, but I've only recently started to think about sharing what I write. I have a play that I may be workshopping next year. I volunteer with Seal Sitters, part of the Marine Mammal Stranding Network, protecting marine mammals on shore and educating the public. I do ad-hoc volunteer work with a variety of other environmental groups. This February I did my second triathlon, and I want to do more than just one a year. I love to go to and support Seattle Opera, Seattle Art Museum, Pacific Science Center, and Seattle Aquarium. We're lucky to live in an area with so many cultural treasures. I'm married, and my husband recently acquired an antique wooden boat, so I'm learning about sailing and wooden boat upkeep.
What history do you have with theatrical productions?I've been acting onstage since I was about nine years old. I stopped for a while after I graduated college, but that made me realize how much I missed what it brought to my life. I've done at least one show a year since moving to Seattle five years ago.
What history do you have with Star Trek?
What's one thing you think an extraterrestrial should know about humanity ?