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She worked in a cannery gutting fish. She cleaned oily rocks after the Exxon Valdez spill. She spent a year at sea on a research vessel. She lived in a mental hospital and performed plays with the patients. She worked the graveyard shift at a shelter for mentally ill women.
Having done just about everything else, Ann Randolph brought her solo show Squeeze Box to off-Broadway’s Kirk Theater, and she’s got quite a tale to tell.
it is the path that is important, not the final arrival. I feel that if an actor can’t enjoy the path they miss out on life. For most actors we never have enough “performance moments” but have many more “path moments” if that makes sense. I encourage people to look for the fun and joy during all the aspects. To me, living my life as an actor is my life.