Dec 21, 2015
01:49 - Felisha's high of her acting career: Winning the Jeff award for "Jar the Floor.”
02:48 - She's been working with the eta since early 90's
05:14 - About Runako Jahi - “for some reason, he and I just jive…"
10:30 - How did Felisha get into theatre?
21:39 - Equus in Barrington
23:34 - Felisha left theatre in 1983 and got training in computer science
35:20 - Auditioned for Chuck Smith in "The Temple" at the eta. What is the eta’s philosophy of theatre?
37:50 - Felisha is acting in "Repairing a Nation" about reparations and the Tulsa Race Riots at eta
41:10 - Felisha likes to be in socially conscious plays, such as "Re-Entry" at Chicago Fringe and "The Play About My Dad" at Raven Theatre
47:01 - How theatre has changed throughout the decades
48:29 - Felisha was in the play "Two Twenty-Seven" that inspired the TV show "227" with Christine Houston
52:54 - Felisha acted in "Heat," by Marsha Estell, directed by Russ Tutterow
Intro and Outro Music: "Are You Famous, Yet? (Remix).” Written By: B. Packard and L. Scruggs. Performed By: B. Packard, N. Reyna, J. Scruggs, L. Scruggs.