In a deeply personal and powerful story, Sallie Crotty confronts mental illness and wins. On Valentine’s Day evening, come hear her astonishing #StickTogether tale of love and courage.
Educator Sallie Crotty, a fifth-generation Dallasite, is also a passionate writer. She earned her B.A. from Sewanee and Ed.M. from Harvard. Sallie loves traveling, long walks with friends, attending art events, reading, and choreographing dances to her favorite music. She and her husband, Mark, are parents to Kate and Stephen.
Obsessed with Stories, Lover of Daffy Duck and Founder of Oral Fixation!
Nicole Stewart is a fifth generation Dallasite but has also lived in Chicago, the Bay Area, London, New York City and Los Angeles. Nicole attended The Hockaday School and graduated from Northwestern University’s prestigious theatre department summa cum laude and with Honors in Theatre in 2001. She is an accomplished actress and teacher and director of theatre. Here in Dallas, Nicole has acted in productions at WaterTower Theatre and for Upstart Theatre at the Festival of Independent Theatres. Nicole also teaches “Storytelling for the Stage” for Southern Methodist University’s continuing education program, The Writer’s Path. Keep an eye out for her “Acting for Writers” class coming soon. Read more