HOPE MIRLIS SPILLS THE BEANS TO DOUG DANK
pretty well-rounded, i'd say.
Here's her professional bio:
Hope is a native New Yorker, who has spent the past 15 years in Atlanta acting, dancing and choreographing. Recent Synchronicity credits include playing Daisy in The Sex Habit of American Women and Turtle/Bird in A Year with Frog & Toad. She was also one of the writers and performed in last season's Women + War. Hope is an active stage and commercial actress with credits including Scana Energy, Home Depot and Austin Snack Crackers. Favorite stage roles around Atlanta include Pepper in Pulp and Reggie Fluty in The Laramie Project (Actor's Express), Mrs. Grace in A Man of No Importance, Dabby Bryant in Our Country's Good (Theatre Gael), Margarethe in Copenhagen (7 Stages), and Mrs. Shin in Good Person of Szechwan (Theater Emory).
She was voted Creative Loafing's Best Choreographer - Reader's Choice in 2000 and her dances have been seen at The Georgia Shakespeare Festival, Dad's Garage, The New American Shakespeare Tavern, Actor's Express and Synchronicity. After receiving a BA in Theater Studies from Emory University in 1993, she was awarded the Alice N. Benston Prize for Excellence in 1999 to honor her continued commitment and passion for theater.
COME OUT and see what she has to say!
Or, see her on stage, and hear what she has to say.
new show and new guest monologist EVERY Wednesday