Asha McAllister is a playwright, costume designer, and a Box Office Associate at TimeLine Theatre. She graduated from Kenyon College in 2015 with a BA in Drama. Asha’s credits include PHOTOGRAPH 51, GRIL FOUND, WHY ARE GRAHAM CRACKERS HARD? (20% Theatre) DYING CITY, PRELUDE TO A KISS (The Comrades), and 2016 LEAPFEST (Stage Left Theatre).
Get to know Asha! :
TCTP: When was a time that you stood up for yourself? Did it work out in your favor?
AM: It’s kind of a tough question. I’m definitely more passive, and can’t remember the last time I took charge of a situation and stood up for myself.
TCTP: Callie is a not-so- secret foodie. What’s your favorite restaurant in the city to bring friends to?
AM: Polygon Café in Andersonville.
TCTP: Stop Kiss takes place in the 90s, so what’s one thing from that decade you would want to bring back?
AM: Probably the boneless honey bbq wings from KFC or Dexter’s Laboratory.
TCTP: Have you ever been an innocent bystander in a situation? What did you do?
AM: Not at anytime I can think off.
TCTP: Straddle or Swerve?
Come see Asha's work in Stop Kiss, running April 7- May 6 at The Vault at Collaboraction Studios in the Flat Iron Arts Building
Get tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2901552