Character monologues taken out of every woman's mind.
de Kristi McKay
A photography filled monologue book that takes a unique and introspective look at some of women's relationship to food and her self esteem through the eyes of various characters. Each of the monologues was inspired by actual events and feelings from women around the world who contributed answers to anonymous surveys. Collaborating with Chicago photographer John Abbott, the writer then becomes the model, revealing her vulnerable side in front of the camera to embody each character.
After studying Theatre Performance at GVSU, Kristi McKay moved to Chicago, where's she been continuing her training in improv at IO Chicago, Annoyance Theatre and is currently in the Second City Conservatory program. She is is also currently undertaking her MFA in interdisciplinary arts at Goddard College, Port Townsend, where her focus is on storytelling, improvisation and comedy studies as a source of inspiration for her full length theatrical productions that elevate women's roles in theater. In the spring of 2011, she wrote and directed her first full length production called EAT CAKE. Kristi can be seen improvising on the stages of ComedySportz Chicago or with her all female improv team The Cockpits. She is an associate company member of Cornservatory Theater, the marketing coordinator and graphic designer for Collaboraction Theater, theatrical editorial writer for Geek|Chic Magazine and writes an independent team improv review blog called Causing A Scene. Phew! That's a lot.