A member of Actors' Equity Association since 2000, Angie has performed on nearly all of Seattle's main stages; other regional credits include Theatre Under The Stars (Houston), Ordway (St. Paul), and American Musical Theatre of San Jose. Onstage, she's been cut in half by a magician's swords, dragged around in a cart by a pony who accidentally pooped during the opening number, shared scenes with lambs, dogs, rabbits and boa constrictors, roller-skated, wrestled three hillbilly brothers, worked with Charles Strouse, danced with Cheyenne Jackson, and been tossed in the air by a baseball team. As an indie film actress (award-winning features include cult hit Gory Gory Hallelujah and Switchmas with Elliott Gould), she's been burned at the stake, fought over by a clown and a mime, ridden a cannon, risen from the dead, and played Mrs. Claus in outer space. She's played instruments onstage in roles as diverse as a beehived housewife who plays a mean rock piano (Vi Petty in Buddy at The 5th Avenue Theatre); a Nazi prostitute who plays accordion (Fraulein Kost, 5th Avenue's Cabaret, regional tour); and a cool dog who somehow plays both (Go, Dog! Go! at Seattle Children's Theatre). Principal roles for Village Theatre: Molly in Unsinkable Molly Brown, a role she'll reprise for Showtunes Theatre in 2017; Billie in Babes In Arms; Sally Bowles in Cabaret; Gloria in Damn Yankees; Rosalie in Carnival (Best Actress in a Musical, Backstage West); Sheila/Mildred in the pre-Broadway run of It Shoulda Been You; and vaudeville queen Elsie Campbell in Bootlegger, a role Angie originated. More for The 5th Avenue: Electra/Cratchit in Gypsy with Judy Kaye; Maude in the NextFest workshop Anybody Can Do Anything. Workshop roles: Rock star Jesse Dove in Citizen Ruth (Balagan, directed by Tony nominee Dan Knechtges); Bertha in Grateful Dead musical Cumberland Blues (Village); and Maoli in Bucket of Blood: The Beatnik Musical for Ethereal Mutt at Seattle Repertory Theatre.