Co-author Carole Fenstermacher’s writing credits include seven contest awards for one-act plays. Her one-woman comedy, Her Last Starring Role, starring a Marco Players regular, Marilyn Hilbert, debuted as a TMP Lunchbox presentation in April, 2019 and has gone on to various venues since then. In February 2020 her full-length comedy, Tango At Two-Thirty, enjoyed its World Premiere and a sold-out run at The Marco Players. When not writing for the stage, she is either directing, instructing or treading the boards herself. Her most recent appearances were as M’Lynn in TMP’s production of Steel Magnolias and Lillian Troy in I Hate Hamlet at Center For The Arts/Bonita Springs. It has been an honor and joy beyond her wildest dreams to work with her multi-talented friends, Patti Caroli and Natalie King, who made the experience of writing much better than flying solo. Much love to her second severest critic, Lance, who keeps her honest and sane.