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Published on Aug 21, 2012

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I'm looking forward to one day playing the Baroness in "The Sound of Music." My all-time favorite role is the Wicked Witch of the West in "The Wizard of Oz." While I frequently play mean or otherwise unpleasant women, I am really a very nice person. My vocal range is mezzo-soprano with an augmented low range. My voice has been described by one of my instructors as "rich and soothing."


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Here we bring you the best of the top creamy layer of Hollywood actresses whose admirable beauty, grace and fashion have made turned them into the most lovable stars on the planet.


Seattle Film Critics Awards

Best Actor
2002: Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs of New York
2003: Bill Murray, Lost in Translation
2004: Jamie Foxx, Ray
Best Actress
2002: Julianne Moore, Far from Heaven
2003: Hope Davis, American Splendor
2004: Imelda Staunton, Vera Drake
Best Animated Feature
2003: Les triplettes de Belleville (The Triplets of Belleville), directed by Sylvain Chomet
2004: The Incredibles, directed by Brad Bird
Best Cinematography
2002: Far from Heaven, Edward Lachman
2003: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Andrew Lesnie
2004: Ying xiong (Hero), Christopher Doyle
Best Director
2002: Todd Haynes, Far from Heaven
2003: Sofia Coppola, Lost in Translation
2004: Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby


Anthony Peters
Anthony's earliest dance teachers were the dancers on the TV show "Where The Action Is"; he would copy their moves then perform them for his Mom and brother. His formal dance education started at age 18 with tap lesson. After performing in musicals and dinner theater in the Seattle area he moved to New York to study with tap dance icon Jerry Ames. Anthony danced in the Jerry Ames Tap Dance Company and the Gail Conrad Tap Dance Theatre, two companies that were important in the tap dance revival of the 1980's. Since returning to Seattle, Anthony collaborated with Cheryl Johnson presenting hundreds of tap dance concerts featuring live music. Anthony and Cheryl are the creative team behind "A Tap Dance Christmas Carol" and co-founded the Johnson and Peters Tap Dance Studio.which eventually became Tap Dance Seattle.

Bill Evans is an internationally-known choreographer, performer, teacher, administrator, and movement analyst. More than 200 of Evans' works have been performed by professional and pre-professional ballet, modern dance, and tap companies through the United States and in Canada, Mexico, Europe and New Zealand.


Thistle Theatre offers the most affordable, professional theatre experience to families in the Puget Sound area. If you haven't visited one of our three locations yet, join the thousands of families that have enjoyed our performances. Make this the year you introduce your family and friends to this traditional style of Japanese puppetry.

Thistle Theatre is the only puppet theatre in the NW specializing in the Bunraku-style of puppetry. We are at the forefront of evolving and exploring this increasingly popular Japanese style of puppetry. Our own hand-crafted puppets are brought to life by puppeteers dressed in black, operating the puppets from behind for realistic movement. The puppets, props and scenery are designed and created by Thistle Theatre artists. Our productions are carefully crafted to have layers of action and language to please audiences of all ages, each performed by a team of professional actor/puppeteers with excellent character and singing voices. This season each 45 minute play is appropriate for ages 3 and up.

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