Miriam KulickI was always a friendly kid. When I was young, my sister, and parents, along with a slew of relatives and close friends, would descend upon the Beach & Tennis Club in Mt. Vernon, New York. My mom would tell me that I would go up to strangers, stick my face in front of them, and say, “Hello.” 

Of course, nowadays life has changed a bit, but I like to think, for the most part, I am still a people person, who wants others to feel included.

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Sunday Conversations

Sunday Conversations – a family gathering was a live zoom theatrical performance of a new play I wrote and acted in, alongside two other wonderful actors. It was extremely well recieved and 50% of all donations went to the Poor People’s Campaign. That’s how I like to perform zoom events now; give half to a worthy cause, and the money we raised was fantastic! 

It was so well received that I am writing Part 2, which will lead to Part 3 and so on, episodic in nature. Next one up, October 24th, more to come…

Not About Nightingales

I was in a recent staged reading of a rarely produced Tennessee Williams play, Not About Nightingales, with the League of Professional Theatre Women (NYC), directed by Yana Landowne.

New Headshots!

Shout out to the amazing Joseph Moran, the consummate photographer who worked his magic on all my new headshots you now see! He resides in NYC – Joseph Moran Photography.


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