What is your role in Little Women?
Which March sister do you most identify with?
I am the middle child, sandwiched between two brothers. I think being the only daughter in my family, I identify with Amy in many ways. There are a lot of things I was spoiled with because I was the only daughter. However, I also identify with Meg. Being an older sister to one of my brothers, I have found that mentorship is something that comes with being an older sibling.
Little Women was written in the 19th century, but continues to be a beloved story. What do you think makes it so appealing?
The feminist aspect of the story makes it a story that we want to share, especially today.
Do you have a favorite story from childhood or a great book that you've read recently?
Harry Potter, hands down. I've thought about that a lot throughout this process. Even though Jo's stories can have such a melodramatic flourish, they also have a world of their own. Harry Potter always took me to my own world. I'm still waiting for my letter from Hogwarts...
Jo's sanctuary is her attic. Tell us about a place where you find sanctuary.
I find sanctuary in yoga. It's my me time, my time to look inward and my time to release any unnecessary stress or anxiety.
Some things are meant to be.... revealed! What's a secret you've been keeping?
I don't have many secrets... I'm a very open person... Maybe my age? Mwahaha... ;-)
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