In Samuel Beckett's “End Game,” Flo happily played Nell in the trash can with long time friend, Kedric Wolfe

in the other trash can.

One of Flo's favorite projects,

rehearsal time and creative effort.

All of her fellow artists have been important friends and co creators in Flo's life.

They include Kedric, Michael Greene, Sandy Ignon and Director Hampton Fancher III who wrote “Blade Runner.”

A great experience, thank you.


The Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga, Ca. is where so much of my “acting class stuff” got put to use. 

Here is Will Geer, lovingly called “Papa.”

This is where it all began.

Papa Geer’s original vision was to have free Shakespeare there on Sunday.  (That's changed a bit of course.)

In this photo he is playing Prospero in “The Tempest.”

I got to be in this particular performance with him as one of the goddesses.

Other favorites at the Theatricum include: Kalonyka  in Aristophane's “Lysistrata” and Curly's Wife in John Steinbeck's “Of Mice and Men.”

The Theatricum Botanicum created such magic, especially at night.

And the this universally loved play, “A MidSummer Night’s Dream”, was ideally suited to its location.

Flo has played Titania, First Fairy and Amazon Woman where she galloped on stage on horse with Bow and Arrow held high.

Now that's a dream come true!

The Theatricum Botanicum

Will Geer as Prospero in “The Tempest”

“The Tempest”

Flo as Titania in  “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Flo as Titania in  “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

More from“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Flo as Curly’s wife in “Of Mice and Men” with Kedrick Wolfe as Lenny

Kalonyka in “Lysistrata”

Flo as Kalonyka in “Lysistrata”

Flo in “Mad Vincent”