MARGIE ZOHN (Joanie Soloway) has written and performed two solo shows, the second produced by the 1998 Women On Top Festival at the Boston Center for the Arts, and called a "comic tour-de-force" by the Boston Globe. She directed The God Show in a production at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2000, which received a five star review in The List and played to sell-out crowds. A member of Actors Equity, she has acted extensively in the Boston area, at theatres including the Lyric Stage, the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and the Poet's Theatre. She was also a company member at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA, where she played roles such as Viola in Twelfth Night and Cressida in Troilus and Cressida, and served as Director of the Young Company for two years.

Margie has performed improv comedy with Guilty Children and the US Improvisational Theatre League, and was a founder of The Performance Cult, an ongoing venue in Boston for performers of all stripes to debut new work. In addition to her acting and directing work, she is a Senior Consultant with The Ariel Group in Arlington, MA, a company that leads theatre-based trainings in communication and leadership skills for corporate clients around the world. Recently, Margie accepted Faith Soloway as her lord and saviour, which has solved every problem in her life except for gastric reflux.

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