Opera scene fixture Kathryn McKellar took up the challenge to answer our #10Questions. Learn where Boston's own Lady Mary Crawley likes to eat, what she's up to next, and why she knows things about sports.
What is your profession?
Singer, Actress, Teacher, Administrator aka Freelance Artist
Where do you live?
What's a cool project you're currently working on?
I’m looking forward to performing in Carmen with Boston Lyric Opera in their return to the Boston Opera House, and in King Arthur with the Purcell Society of Boston (where I may or may not be scantily clad). Also Opera on Tap has some pretty exciting shows coming up including an Oktoberfest Celebration and an Ugly Sweater Messiah Sing.
What's your current favorite Boston bar or restaurant?
There are so many good eats in Boston, but for a splurge I love Oleana’s summer patio in Cambridge.
Random fact/hidden talent about yourself?
As a native Texan I can throw a pretty mean spiral (football). I’m also an avid fantasy baseball player. [Editor's note: What are sports?]
What emoji best describes you?
Probably a wink with tears and my tongue sticking out, because I am usually feeling all of the emotions.
What GIF best describes you?
What is your favorite #bosarts experience from the last few months (or of all time!)?
There are so many incredible things going on in the Boston arts scene that it is hard to choose. Last May I was invited to the 2016 Elliott Norton Awards along with the cast of Lyric Stage’s My Fair Lady. It’s an incredible awards show evening with performances from the best in the Boston Theater scene. And an open bar.
Who would play you in the film (or musical or operatic) adaptation of your life?
Film Version: Michelle Dockery. Operatic Version: Britt Brown.
What's one question we haven't asked that you would like to ask yourself?
Where is my phone?
Name the next three fascinating #bosarts people we should send these questions to next.
Bryn Boice, Jessica Cooper, Sarah Buyer.