by Marya Morstad   March 24, 2006

Producer Marya Morstad continues the “Radio mnartists” series of web and radio interviews with Minnesota artists. Listen to her interview with Amy Salloway.
Amy Salloway
Amy Salloway
Amy Salloway

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Theatre artist Amy Salloway has been called “hilariously self-loathing,” “gifted at creating comedy from pain and embarrassment,”and “David Sedaris’ female match. “ Amy has spent most of her adult years in Minneapolis and Seattle where her greatest theatrical passions have been improv, issue-oriented theater and children’s theater.
She has continued to develop new material in performances at Balls Cabaret, Patrick’s, HotBed and the Loft Literary Center. “Does This Monologue Make Me Look Fat?, Amy’s first full-length solo production about body image, food, sex and relationships, debuted in the Minnesota Fringe Festival in the summer of 2003, and won Lavender Magazine’s vote for “Best Solo Performance.”
Her second solo piece, which premiered at the Minnesota Fringe Festival last year is called: “So Kiss Me Already, Herschel Gertz! based on her experience as a misfit at Jewish summer camp.

Events “So Kiss Me Already, Herschel Gertz!” is running at the Loring Playhouse through March 26th, 2006. For more information, call 612-486-5757.