Quick Questions with Paulina
In this series of quick questions, we want you to QUICKLY (see what I did there? (o: Okay, never mind . . . . ) get to know our cast for the Shake-in-a-Day Series. This fantastically fun set of individuals will be joining us January 14th, 2017 at the Westbeth Community Arts Room (55 Bethune Street in NYC) for a one-night only Shakespeare event. Don't miss it!
This time we'd like you to meet Rhiannon Lattimer who will be playing "Paulina", the tough, loving, passionate woman who is not afraid to tell the jealous tyrant of a king who's boss. HSC audiences will remember Rhiannon from earlier this year when she played "Titus Andronicus" in our all female adaptation of the play called "Martyr'd Signs". She's also played some historical English legends this past season (very fitting considering she is originally from England). She played Henry Bolingbroke in Richard II and Edward, the Black Prince in Edward III. Now she joins us for the magical tale of "sprites and goblins." Welcome back Rhiannon!
Q: What's your favorite activity to do in the Winter?
RHIANNON: I like to have a cup of tea and a moan about the weather.
Q: What's something unique about you?
RHIANNON: I walk my kitty cat Pan on a leash, we love it, apart from when we get stuck in trees.
Q: What animal would you want your exit to be pursued by in your own Winter's Tale?
RHIANNON: . . . . a tortoise - let's make it an interesting race