Meet the V-Day Portsmouth 2015 Cast: Jacqueline Martell


Jacqueline Martell

Q – How long have you been involved in theater?

I have been involved in theatre since primary school. I was very fortunate to continue my stage training and education at The Academy of Art in San Francisco. Looking forward to doing as much of it as possible in 2015!

Q – What are some of your favorite recent productions?

Personally, I was involved in the wonderful Home for the Holidays with Patrick Dorow Productions.
I also love performing with New Hampshire’s finest improv troupe Stranger Than Fiction.
As far as being an audience member, catching Mary Poppins at the Music Hall was an aboslute dream!

Q – Have you performed in the Vagina Monologues before?

I did participate in a V-DAY production called Any One of Us: Words From Prison a few years ago – so it was not specifically the Vagina Monologues

Q – What made you want to be involved in V-Day this year?

It is a tremendously good cause! I am and will always be happy to give my time and energy to such a reputable and amazing production.

Q – Who is the most influential woman in your life?

Hands down my mom. She is so genuinely kind, intelligent, and warm. I am so proud to call myself her daughter. Love you Mom!

Q – What or who inspires you?

Life inspires me – the beauty, the fragility. We are on a miraculous ride and I am so grateful every day to be able to pursue my dreams and see what the future holds.

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V-Day Portsmouth 2011 Any One of Us: Words From Prison Photo by Mat Kingsbury/2046

V-Day Portsmouth 2011 Any One of Us: Words From Prison
Photo by Mat Kingsbury/2046