Deborah Arenstein has been performing with Big Blue Door for two years. She is not making that up. She is also a Live Arts company and board member, and enjoys working both on and off stage. She has two remarkably resilient children, a dreamy domestic partner, and a dog. Past BBD Ensembles include Driver’s Ed, Short Term Analysis, The Echo, The Helix, and Catawampus.
Larry Goldstein grew up in the suburbs of NY and DC and came here for grad school in theater. He was a member of Big Blue Door’s first improv troupe, The Lady Pills, as well as numerous ensembles with Big Blue Door, Live Arts, and is a longtime devotee of Playback Theater. He teaches drama at Tandem. Also he’s good at arithmetic. Past BBD Ensembles include Driver’s Ed, The Echo, The Helix, Catawampus, The Placeholders, Unusual Suspects, and The Lady Pills.
Marjory Ruderman. Marjory Ruderman is a consultant and writer of humor, fiction, and public health reports. This is her first performance run with Big Blue Door, but she was one of thousands of people cheering in the stands for a pretend baseball game during the filming of the movie Bull Durham. That was thirty years ago, but she still enjoys yelling for no reason.
Susan Gorman is a seamstress who grew up as a Navy Brat living all over America’s coastal cities. She’s a lover of cooking, good spelling, and her family winery, Cardinal Point in Afton.
Keaton Ray is a personal trainer. He’s also an actor you might see performing in ads or shows on your very own teevee. He dreams of being in a horror movie.