Michelle Milne has acted, directed, written, produced, and taught theatre across the country. Currently based in Chicago, she travels regularly to New York City to train as a Feldenkrais Method practitioner and recently spent three months performing and directing in San Francisco. Favorite roles include Roberta in "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea," Puck in "Midsummer Night's Dream," Lady MacBeth, and Lulu in "Looking for Lulu." In addition to her stage work, she has appeared in educational videos and independent films. She has directed ensemble-created, original performances; contemporary scripts such as Charles Mee's "Big Love" and Erik Ehn's "Saint Plays," and classics such as "Much Ado About Nothing" and "The Seagull." She has taught in theatre departments at Columbia College Chicago, Goshen College, Towson University and Indiana University Northwest, as well as at numerous after school programs for K-12. She is thrilled to be adding the world of sci-fi to her performing adventures.