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Angela Denny

Angela Denny

 Upon her return to Houston a little over two years ago, Angela Denny has been blessed with the opportunity to get back on stage. She was in Austin in 1998, going to school for her Bachelors Degree in Liberal Arts, with an emphasis on acting, at St. Edwards University. To the amazement of her loved ones, graduation day finally arrived in 2001. During her time in Austin she performed in such shows as "Black Elk Speaks", "Equus", "The Skin of our Teeth", and "The Good Woman of Setzuan", to name a few.

After graduation, she soon realized that her Liberal Arts degree was only going so far, and by that she means nowhere. Her mind had broadened while her pocketbook shrunk, and after desperate contemplation she made the move back to her native Houston -- so far proving to be the best move she ever made. This past summer she had the unique experience of performing in Galveston at the Balinese Room, in the "Tony Soaprano Retirement Dinner Show", and she feels very lucky to have this chance to work with PlaysInPerpetuity. She is looking forward to working with PlaysInPerpetuity again in the near future.


  1. Writing a Woman
  2. god's own cartoon anvil
  3. Tony Soaprano's Retirement Party
  4. Black Elk Speaks
  5. Equus
  6. The Skin of our Teeth
  7. The Good Woman of Stetzuan

Angela Denny

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