“You may be skeptical walking in because of the subject matter, but you leave feeling something you didn’t expect. And that’s because we’ve taken a story that might seem simple and expanded it into the deepest parts of the human spirit, enhanced by this music. Our story is of a sexual, unstoppable kind of love, but we’re also giving it a larger picture, a larger theme. This is real theater, the kind that’s not made a lot anymore, with performances that come out of a passion for what we do.”— Kelli O’Hara on The Bridges of Madison County (x)
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Some Facts for the Biographer:
Raised in Ohio. Now in Manhattan. I drink too much Diet Coke. I saw my first I Love Lucy episode at three and from then on assumed “trying to put on a show” was a perfectly normal pastime. . When I am bored I like to look at real estate online. I have a giant stuffed leopard named Baby. I think I would make an excellent spy. When I am scared I sing showtunes to myself. I have, on more than one occasion, been asked to use my “indoor voice” at the Met. About once every two months I think I’d like to live on a farm. When I am sad I like to put my fur vest on, eat grapefruit with my special grapefruit spoons, and pretend I am in 1930s Hollywood. I like making people gifts. One day I would like to own a pink and green plaid piano. Lady Mary is my role model. One of my life goals is to learn to tap dance.