Friday, November 23, 2007

Michele LaRue

Just heard from Michele LaRue with two exciting bits of news. She’s started a web site -- -- and signed with an agent -- Agents for the Arts (AFA), Carole Russo, 203 W. 23rd St., New York, NY  10011; 212-229-2562

Michele and I go back more than a dozen years, to our days toiling away at “Back Stage,” the performing arts weekly. She always was an actress, playing the part of a journalist for awhile (doing it well, of course, because she’s a good actress), but now she’s full time doing what she’s supposed to be doing. She’s developed quite a few excellent one-woman shows:

The Yellow Wallpaper
Someone Must Wash the Dishes: An Anti-Suffrage Monologue
Eve's Diary
The Rib Speaks Out
Places, Please, Act One: Poems around and about theatres
Tales Well Told: turn-of-the-century American short stories

Check out her site, and try to get to some of her performances.

Break a leg, Michele!

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