Clutch hitters 2: Constance Macy

September 6, 2011
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In the Sept. 5 IBJ, you can read about seven "clutch hitters"--Indy actors who, in my subjective view, can always be counted on to upgrade whatever shows they are in. The story is part of the IBJ A&E Season Preview.

All week here on the blog, I'll link you to video profiles of each of these actors in which they discuss how they got here, what it's like to be a working actor in Central Indiana, and what they'd like to be cast in some day.

Appearing in three major productions at the Indiana Repertory Theatre this season--including a one-woman show--Constance Macy is one such in-demand actress. But what she really wants to do is...Greek tragedy?

Click below and learn more.

Your thoughts?

  • A consummate professional
    Many years ago, I had the chance to work with Constance at Theatre on the Square in "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" Her professionalism, wit, wisdom, and humility made her a joy and inspiration to work with. I'm very happy to see her talent and grace earn more well-deserved time in the spotlight.

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