Is it a love or hate relationship for Nancy Seeman and the "Technicolor Dreamcoat?" theTEN with Nancy Seeman

Jump inside the brain of performing artists as we ask them 10 questions that were in no way inspired by “Inside the Actor’s Studio.”

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What’s the role/show you’ve always wanted to work on that you haven’t yet?

Roxie Hart in Chicago.

What current production, besides one of your own, are you excited about?

“Anything Goes” at the J.

If you couldn’t be in theater, what career would you have chosen?

I am lucky enough to have a career in addition to the theatre as a Performance Manager for a website company.

What quote or saying do people spout but is really complete BS?

May be an older phrase but YOLO (You Only Live Once).

What would you name your boat if you had one?

The Hakuna Matata.

What will finally break the internet?

Probably the next presidential election.

What well-known fictional character would be the most boring to meet in real life?

Squidward from Spongebob.

What is a play or musical that you cannot stand?

Not a fan of “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

What is a play or musical that you love?

So many to choose from, but I’m currently on “Hadestown.”

What are you reading, watching or listening to right now?

Reading: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and Watching: Peaky Blinders.

Nancy Seeman is a Kansas City-based actor who can currently be seen as Charity Hope Valentine in Theatre in the Parks Indoors production of “Sweet Charity” through October 27. For more information visit

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