Laura
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When were you in cast, when did you join, or how long have you been in cast?
Joined cast in November 2005, had been a regular since late 2004. Devirginized on May 8, 2004.

What is your favorite part to play?
Columbia, because she's so full of energy and loves to be the center of attention (like me!). Though I will admit, that time I got pulled for Frank at Vomit Cast was spectacular, and I keep swearing I'm going to officially learn it someday.

Which scene is your favorite?
Hot Patootie… it's always been my favorite song in the movie, and I love getting tossed around by Eddie.

Which character is your favorite?
Gotta go with Janet, because my history is rather like hers; I completely identify with the range of emotions she experiences throughout the movie.

Do you have a favorite callback?
I dunno, it changes from week to week. "EAT SHIT AND DIE!" is very therapeutic when you're mad at someone….

Where are you from?
The middle of Illinois, Bloomington-Normal. Yes, there's a town called Normal, and I'm from it. (That might explain some things.) Not to be confused with being "from Chicago", because Chicago and the rest of Illinois are two different planets.

What do you do for work or what do you study in school?
Scenic carpenter, stage construction, techie, whatever. In other words, I like to play with wood. I also weld and know how to automate scenery. (Yah, you know you want me.) I am currently the Assistant Master Carpenter at the Old Globe Theatre.

What interests you beside RHPS?
goth clubbing, DIY fashion, steampunk, vinyl, boots, size acceptance activism

What is your favorite non-RHPS movie?
Ummm… I'm waaay behind on all the good movies. Fight Club, V for Vendetta, Spirited Away, Secretary, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind…

What is your favorite book or who is your favorite author?
Chuck Palahniuk, China Mieville, Gail Carriger…. my recent obsession is with Steampunk fiction. I would read a LOT more if I had more time on my hands though…

A little more about me.
I was a “nice Midwestern girl” until I discovered the wild and wonderful world of Rocky Horror in 2004. Really I was rebellious but repressed, and ripe for the corrupting, and donning fishnets and shouting “slut!” for the first time just pushed me over the edge. I’m a theater geek at heart and all my life I wanted to be onstage, until I discovered my talents all lay in the arts of backstage, carpentry, and welding. Outside of Rocky you can probably find me dressed to the nines and tearing up the dance floor at any of the goth clubs in SD, if I'm not strapped to my sewing machine cranking out yet another fabulously fashionistic creation. I'm constantly dabbling in various nerdery such as Dr. Who and most recently, Dungeons and Dragons! (Yah, I catch on to things a little late sometimes…) I believe people should not be judged by their bodies no matter how big or small and that sexiness lies in your attitude and how you present yourself, not your shape. Hit me up on Facebook or Twitter @Fishnetfatale.

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