Meet the Lady Pills!

6 lady pills Meet our summer-session LADY PILLS:

Brian Weisbrod is a UVa grad who studied economics. He’s from Richmond, lives in Crozet, but still manages an ardent attachment to the New England Patriots football franchise. By day he’s an assistant controller, which apparently involves accounting.


Stacey McCormack just graduated from UVa and divides her time between Virginia and New York City where she’s looking for an entry-level, off-screen television job. (Seriously. Know anyone?) Hobbies include almost always having her picture taken standing next to someone else and getting her scarves caught in electronic equipment.


Nauder Namaky is either from Cincinnati, Ohio or Austin, Texas, depending on what works best for conversation. He does scientific stuff that the rest of us don’t understand, or maybe we just weren’t listening. Nauder pronounces his name in a way that sort of rhymes with eclair. He loves tap dancing most of all.


Deborah Prum is a writer and banjo player by way of Dartmouth. Her essays have appeared on NPR, her shorter fiction and non-fiction have been published all over the place, and you can buy her books right now by going here! Her banjo playing however is going nowhere.


Larry Goldstein teaches Drama at Tandem Friends School and performs with theaters all over the area. He also house-sits in houses all over the area. He’ll be directing a play called ‘Fight Night’ at Live Arts next year. If you audition he promises to shave.


Nik Hayes is a UVa grad who studied biochemistry but what he learned hasn’t stopped him from inhabiting an organic form. He works at the UVa Medical Center. He enjoys long walks on the beach but only if the walking is parallel to the shoreline.


This June the Lady Pills will be performing three Sunday nights at the Director’s Studio, plus Friday, June 20th at the IRC Benefit (Link Soon), and Saturday, June 28th at the Magnet Theater in New York.




some lady pills at live arts

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