Natasha Strahm, a Biography
Natasha is a professionally licensed couples councillor. She has spent the majority of her career assisting married couples, primarily with children, reconcile their differences, and find the healthiest options for everyone in troubled relationships. She spent a number of years with the "Love Beyond Bars" project, which is an initiative to council couples in which one (or sometimes both) partners are incarcerated. Natasha has described her counselling strategies as "varied, but they always focus on finding the perceived blame in any relationship, and eradicating it."
Natasha is currently practicing privately in a small firm with several other councillors. Their office is located in Toronto, Ontario.
Natasha and this monologue, this crime as well as others, are all part of an as-yet un-produced play written by Ross Hammond. Currently its working title is The Assassin Play, and it is a play about Love and Justice - and which one is more important. When faced with a decision between one or the other, which would you choose? It's more difficult than you might think.
Sheri is a graduate from York University's Theatre Acting Conservatory program. She is so honoured to be helping bring to life Ross Hammond's genius writing! She is extremely excited to be apart of the new Echo Productions main stage show, Bonnie and Clyde, which opens at the Factory Studio Theatre, March 5th-14th. Sheri was recently awarded Best Supporting Actress by My Entertainment World for her work in "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" where she played multiple characters spanning various ages and genders. Sheri’s theatre credits include: CB’s Sister (Dog Sees God), Igor (Frankenstein), Titania (a Midsummer Nights Dream), Tullus Afudius (Coriolanus), St. Joan/Hockey Player (The Death of the Spirit), and The Mother (Wounds to the Face).
Performed by: Sheri Godda
Written, Edited & Directed by: Ross Hammond
© House of Rebels Theatre, 2015.
Additional sounds downloaded from Freesound.org. Sounds were procured and altered legally under the Creative Commons License.