10 Questions with Laura Sullivan

July 11, 2016

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In our first-ever "overachiever" edition of 10 (well, make that 18) Questions, meet Laura Sullivan: PR guru, Shakespearean actress extraordinaire, and blue line enthusiast.

What is your profession?
I dabble in PR.

Where do you live?
I live in Winthrop which is technically Suffolk County so...

When was your first Opus Affair?
Spring of 2015

Favorite Opus Affair memory?
It involved rosé and fried chicken. You know who you are.

What's a cool project you're currently working on?
Do I have to choose one? I’m working with Bridge Rep to launch year four, Brown Box on Summer Shakespeare: Cymbeline and with Shit-faced Shakespeare to launch their latest production. So yeah, my job is pretty rad.

What's your current favorite Boston bar or restaurant?
Hands down Brewer’s Fork in Charlestown. Their rosé menu? I can’t.

Random fact/hidden talent about yourself?
I can say the alphabet backwards in under 25 seconds.

What does it mean to live a creative life?
To do what you want! If you aren’t fueled by it then don’t do it. It’s never too late to try something new or go for it. Carpe that diem, people.

I am powered by/run on _________________?
Four hours of sleep.

What would your fantasy superpower be and why?
Invisibility. I love snooping...

What GIF best describes you?

What emoji best describes you?

What is your favorite #bosarts experience from the last few months (or of all time!)?
I'll never forget ASP's Titus Andronicus in 2007. Never.

What's your most memorable "That's so Boston" experience?
Have you ever been on the Blue Line? If not, be my guest sometime. There are far too many to choose just one.

If you weren't in Boston in 2016, what city and era would you be most at home in?
1960's New York City *swoon*

Who would play you in the film (or musical or operatic) adaptation of your life?
Megan Mullally. OR if Amy Schumer and Bette Midler have a baby.

What’s one question we haven't asked that you would like to ask yourself?
"Do you always have to be that loud?" The answer is yes.

Name the next three fascinating #bosarts people we should send these questions to next.
Jennifer Johnson of Charlestown Working Theater, Paula Plum, Cameron Cronin. 

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