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  • Actor/Teacher/Student
  • Bach of Arts from University of Maryland, College Park, M...
  • From Dunkirk, MD, USA
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About Me


I am searching for the way that I can contribute to the world. Which means that for the moment I am searching Europe for theatre work and education opportunities.


I'm very concerned about the environment and the economy, but I will only talk about or think about them for a part of the day. And then I look at what's alright with the world. Or at least something beautiful.

I get my energy from other people. I'm very much 'in the moment', meaning my brain is more likely to engage with the present than the past or future. I have a tendency to believe everything, for a few moments at the least. Perhaps I am a little gullible, but 'There are more things in heaven and earth Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.'

I love to dance. Sing. Drink coffee and smoke in the sun. My favorite foods are peanut butter, yogurt, and ginger-carrot soup. Art Art art art art.


Dance like no one's watching

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I am currently traveling and I want to meet welcoming strangers. Whether they welcome me into their home or their neighborhood or their country. And when I go home I will love to be a host. I have an awesome orange and green floral couch!


Theatre - Performance Art - Ballet - Traditional dances from around the world - Sustainable agriculture - Acrobatics - Languages

  • arts
  • singing
  • performing arts
  • dancing
  • ballet dancing
  • education
  • environment
  • coffee
  • drinking
  • traveling
  • agriculture
  • teaching
  • languages

Music, Movies, and Books

Currently reading:
Feminism and Theatre. Sue Ellen Case, 1988.
The Subtle Knife. Philp Pullman, 1997.
Autobiography of a Geisha. Sayo Masuda, 1957. English trans: G.G. Rowley, 2003.

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