Sunday night I was lucky enough to take part in a celebration of Kate Singleton’s life at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. This really was a celebration, and it was marked by some real eloquence from a bunch of Orlando-area theater people.
Peg O’Keef couldn’t be there (she’s opening Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Mad Cow on Friday), but she sent along these lovely remarks:
To all those of you who were friends of Kate Singleton, or who admired her work on the stage:
Please remember that Kate’s memorial service is this Sunday night at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. Here are the details:
Here are the details for the memorial for actor Kate Singleton, who died of an aneurysm Dec. 17:
To those of you in the Central Florida theater community who knew Kate Singleton (and that’s most of you):
Avis-Marie Barnes is asking for donations to help pay for Kate’s memorial service and funeral expenses. Here’s Avis’s post on Facebook:
Most of you know already of the death last Friday of Orlando actor Kate Singleton, who was only 51. Here’s the Sentinel’s obituary from today (thanks, Dan Tracy).
I remember Kate as a strong actor and as an equally strong woman — feisty, funny and committed to progressive politics and to her love for animals. I’m very sorry to lose her, and I send my best wishes to all those of you who loved her.