Member Mondays - Featuring: Annie Healy!

June 20, 2016

Meet...Annie “Chicken” Healy!

 

 

 

All things Cape Harmony!

 

Q: How did you hear about Cape Harmony?

A: “I heard about Cape Harmony by being a summer resident of Chatham and hearing about their shows from family friends and seeing their flyers, but more intimately, I witnessed the amazing experience that Justine and Sarah had had and wanted to follow in their footsteps.”

 

Q: This is your first year in Cape Harmony. What do you think so far?

A: “It’s great. It’s the first time in my life that I’ve had the opportunity to focus on music and just music, so it’s been a really great opportunity to challenge myself. Aside from the work, the living experience has been so much greater than I could have wished for.”

 

Q: How did your collegiate a cappella group prepare you for Cape Harmony?

A: “Well, I think other than technical skills, such as blending, vowels, awareness of dynamics…I think Wicked Pitch taught me a lot about working in a group setting and how you can appropriately express your opinions and ideas without being disrespectful or overstepping boundaries.”

 

Q: What’s your favorite thing about Cape Harmony?

A: “I’d say the opportunity to perform every day, because that’s my greatest joy…seeing people’s reactions to our music.”

 

Q: Why did you pick “Hollow” by Tori Kelly as your solo for the summer?

A: “Although I love to sing, I’ve never seen myself as only a soloist. So, a lot of times I would never audition for serious solos. I wanted to give myself that challenge, both musically and in terms of performance.”

 

More about Annie!

 

Q: What are three things you can’t live without?

A: “My stuffed dog (Sparky), sunshine, and my family.”

 

Q: What were you doing the last time you laughed the hardest?

A: “Gee, I don’t know. That’s a hard question. Oh, I was doing ‘twinkle toes’ with Justine in the living room at like 1:00am.”

 

Q: What was your dream job when you were a kid?

A: “I wanted to be so many things. There was a brief time when I really wanted to be a poet, and I still have the evidence to prove it. If you would like to check out my poetry, please message me privately.”

 

Q: Where did you go on your first airplane ride?

A: “To Arizona. It was a really long flight and I wrote two short stories. One, I remember specifically was about a leprechaun. I don’t remember what the second one was about.”

 

Q: What’s your happiest childhood memory?

A: "I can't think of one specific memory, but as a child I was lucky enough to spend my summers in Chatham with members of both my mom's and dad's sides of the family. We did a lot of silly things, like we created a musical called 'The Sacred Sock' and a rock band called 'Rodents Explosion.' Every labor day we would put on a variety show in my grandparent's backyard, and I think in some part that's where my love for performing really began."

 

Q: What is your weirdest “quirk?”

A: “Oh boy, I don’t know. I abbreviate EVERYTHING. I have a lot of goofy sayings, like ‘I have a quick

Q,’ ‘That was capital-C Crazy,’ ‘and hot diggity dog.’”

 

Q: Who is the first person you call when you have a bad day?

A: “Aww, my best friend/cousin Megan.”

 

Q: Tell me about your nickname.

A: “Chicken? Ya know, Annie Chicken, Chicken Annie. There are these individually packaged Perdue chicken breasts, and ya know, there’s not much else to say. They’re extremely convenient for a single gal livin’ on a budget. You can have one for breakfast, one for lunch, and one for dinner. I take my protein very seriously, and not only is it delicious, but it’s extremely versatile. And that’s all I have to say about chicken.”

 

Q: Are you a dog person or a cat person?

A: “Dog. Times a thousand.”

 

Q: If you could create a television show, what would it be called and what would it be about?

A: “So since I was a child, I always wanted to create a class, like a school class, called “Life” and in this class, students would learn things like how to balance a checkbook, and how to change a tire. I’m curious to know why this class does not exist, and so I would either create a documentary screening the pilot experiment of this class, or envision a fictional story highlighted around “Life.” I think it would be a hit amongst tweens and middle-aged women.”

 

Click here to look at Annie's bio page!

 

Thanks for reading about Annie and keeping up with Cape Harmony! We're getting ready to head into our THIRD FULL WEEK on the Cape. Be sure to check out a show!

 

Love, CH

 

 

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