Meet Carol Wylie, our Mrs. Winsley/Nurse in Stop Kiss

“May we all be free, to love.”

Carol Wylie

Biography Carol Wylie(1)

Carol is delighted to be doing her first show with Embrace Theatre and with such a wonderful cast and crew. Selected previous shows include Firelight (Dancing Sky Theatre), Waiting for the Parade (Lily Marlene), Urinetown, Christmas Carol, Beauty and the Beast, Evita, Strike! The Musical (Persephone Theatre), Volstead Blues (Souris Valley Theatre), Little Shop of Horrors, Nunsense (Off Broadway Dinner Theatre) and Das Barbecue (Plain Jane Theatre). The themes Stop Kiss addresses are important and relevant. May we all be free, to love.

What about this play resonates with you?

The strength and endurance of love made evident by the two lead characters, and  illustration of the necessity that we all work daily on tolerance and acceptance so that these kinds of incidents become unheard of.

What do you do to prepare for a role (or this role specifically)?

I imagine the character’s past and present situations, look into motivations and dominant characteristics, and think about what in the character relates to my own life and memories.

What does community engagement mean to you?

Community engagement is hugely important. Community is just an all encompassing word for relationships, and what is life, if not relationships? A safe community nurtures and supports us all. Connecting to community spreads the word about the necessity of  mutual respect and support.

Read more about Embrace Theatre’s production of Stop Kiss by Diana Son

Read about the rest of the Cast and Creative Team of Stop Kiss