Jane is honored to be working with THEATREWORKS as we keep the heart of the Fine Arts beating during this pandemic. Jane has been a part of the Colorado Springs Theater community for over 25 years. Many of those years have been here. Some of Jane’s favorite THEATREWORKS roles include Mrs. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, Amanda Wingfield in Glass Menagerie, Queen Elizabeth in Mary Stuart, Arkadina in The Seagull, Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire,and Nora in A Dolls House. Some of her other favorite roles include Lady Bracknell in the Importance of Being Earnest, Dr. Martha Livingstone in Agnes of God, Kate in All My Sons,and Amanda in Privates Lives.
Jane Fromme: Colorado Springs, CO
TW: Home now?
JF: Colorado Springs.
TW: If you could summarize this story in one sentence - how would you describe it?
JF: Monologues related to some Presidents.
TW: Name one thing we should be doing to foster the next generation of theatregoers?
JF: Interactive involvement with artists.
TW: What is one line from the play that really speaks to you?
JF: “It was electrifying for me.” from Bit by Bit And “He should not have been President & if it we’re for three murders he wouldn’t have been.” From Three Murders.