Cindy began her writing career in 3rd grade when she wrote and produced her first play, “The Ice Skater” which was panned by critics and audiences alike.

In the 1990’s, while grunge music was at its height Cindy wrote and produced 2 musicals, “Just Go!” and “Forget Me Not”, neither of which had anything to do with grunge music but did feature tap dancing, magical pull out stairs, plant people and the much heralded dance move, the “Choo Choo”. “Just Go!” (which she wrote while pregnant with her 1st daughter) was listed in The Seattle P-I’s “Best of ’97” for theater and in August of 1998, 3 days after closing her 2nd musical, “Forget Me Not”, Cindy gave birth to her 2nd daughter. Exhausted from giving birth to a show AND a baby within weeks of each other, Cindy temporarily laid to rest her theater aspirations so that she could concentrate on raising healthy children with minimal requisite therapy sessions (therapy requirements of said children yet to be determined).

Now that the children are able to feed and watch themselves Cindy has re-entered the theater world. She has acted throughout the Seattle area, most recently as Clown #2 in “The 39 Steps” at the Driftwood Theatre playing 22 different male (and 1 female) characters. She also performed in 2 of the shorts at Driftwood’s Festival of Shorts 2013 with one winning 2nd Place by the Judges Panel.

Cindy, when not planning her next big musical on advertising, tentatively titled “Dumbstruck!”, works as a Real Estate Broker and Marketing Consultant, manages her website,, and psychologically ruins her children.

She is grateful to her uber-talented cast and crew (Terry, Tracey, Doug, Laura, Yvonne, Thomas, James, Paris, William and Paul) for this deeply fulfilling journey and hopes that this is the first of many experiences working in their presence. To her acting yang, Terry – “From our first gig with you directing “Just Go!” to our last stint with me smothering you with a pillow, it’s been a Hell of a ride.”

To the love of her life, William, her children, Paris and Isabel and of course, her mom (who she has to thank at EVERY instance) – “I literally and figuratively couldn’t follow my passion without your help and inspiration. I am forever in your debt.”