Tell us about your personal voyage from Halsted Street to Broadway, Sally.
I grew up in Chicago, went to Northwestern University, and then became a Chicago actor. I was very active in Chicago’s theatrical scene and started working with the Steppenwolf Theatre (on Halsted Street). I acted in New York for the first time when Steppenwolf took THE GRAPES OF WRATH to Broadway in 1990. I played Rose of Sharon. What an amazing way to come to New York!
I lived for a time in LA, then I moved back to New York to do CAROUSEL. I’ve been here four years now, although I go to Chicago a lot to do plays and my family is there.
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