CM: rocky road.
KLC: Where’s the coolest place you’ve ever traveled to and what was so cool about it?
CM: I haven't gotten to travel as much as I would like to, I like a lot of places as long as they're warm. I went to Panama about nine years ago and that was beautiful, to be able to go to the beach and the mountains and the pacific and the atlantic all in a ten day span was kind of nuts.
KLC: Name one movie you can quote and then quote it.
CM: Wayne's World, Garth: "If you're gonna spew, spew into this."
KLC:Pick one: Eleanor Roosevelt, Angela Davis, or Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
CM: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
KLC: The United States electoral process is _______________________.
CM: A bummer.
KLC: What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever done to get someone’s attention?
KLC: If you had the opportunity to patent a brand new product, what might that be?
CM: Some kind of mini-squeegee for my glasses when it rains.
KLC: Which of the following is least likely to ever exist: bigfoot, elves, or government regulation on Wall Street?
CM: Government regulation on Wall Street.
KLC: Can you share something about yourself that no one has ever asked you about in an interview before?
CM: I was born with a clubbed foot, which means my foot was bent inward like a crescent, so I had to wear a cast when I was a baby and then these bar-shoe things. They were orthopedic shoes made out of wood and leather that were connected by a metal bar to keep them straight. I learned to walk in them and I slept in them for a little while which would make my ankles bleed. They came off when I was 3 and now I have two straight feet.
Charlotte Miller is a Brooklyn-based playwright and performer. Her plays include Barn (Rising Phoenix Rep), Worst Year Ever (NY Fringe Festival), Joan's Boutique (The Spectrum), Favorites (Rising Phoenix Rep), Rocks (Tank Theater), and Raising Jo (PLAYPENN 2010) among others. Her plays have been read/workshopped with Rattlestick, Labyrinth, the Flea, PLAYPENN, and the Peoples Light Theater. She is a proud member of Rising Phoenix Rep and the Actors Studio Playwrights/Directors Unit.