Meet... Annie “On Brand” Healy
All things Cape Harmony!
Q: What made you come back for a second summer?
A: “This year I was working a 9-5 job at a nonprofit in Boston. Although it was a great experience filled with a lot of generous people, I knew it wasn’t something I wanted to continue doing for a long time. So, I made the decision to pursue my passions for performance and music in Cape Harmony.”
Q: As this summer’s publicity manager, what are your goals for CH?
A: “I want to make our group more of a household name on Cape Cod because we’ve only been around for 12 years. We still have room for growth, and I think that can be done by properly utilizing our publicity and media tools.”
Q: When you’re not in the Cape Harmony house, what is your favorite thing to do on the Cape?
A: “Spend time with my family in Chatham!”
Q: What has been your favorite CH memory so far this summer?
A: “Probably when we performed How Far I’ll go for the West Village Elementary School. Seeing how excited the kids got about the song, and having them sing along was such a sweet experience for all of us. It reminded us how music transcends people of any age, culture, etc.”
Q: How do you feel about this being your last summer in CH?
A: “Cape Harmony has taught me so much about myself, my skill set, and what I can bring to the world as an adult. Although it's so sad, it’s exciting to have had this experience in my back pocket so I can refer to it when making desicions in my future.”
More about Annie!
Q: Have you ever been pulled over by a cop?
A: “YES twice because my lights weren’t on. I’m such a space cadet.”
Q: Describe your perfect pizza.
A: “Well first of all you have to have a good base. If you don’t have a good crust, you’re going nowhere. I love a white pizza with prosciutto, arugula, and a good balsamic glaze. I love when food plays with sweet and salty.”
Q: Do you remember the first thing you thought when you woke up this morning?
A: “Yes, it was 7:15 and Sarah’s alarm went off, so I was really confused. But, it was a beautiful day cause I could see the sun shining through the window.’’
Q: Who cheers you up the most when you’re down?
A: “My best friend Meghan!”
Q: What is the most memorable class you’ve ever taken?
A: “It would probably be my chorus class in high school. I think when I look back on it it was one of the only periods of time in high school that I never wanted to end.”
Q: Are you a dog or cat person?
A: “DOGS ALL THE WAY BABY. I hate cats, except for Jerry our neighborhood cat.”
Q: Who was your first celebrity crush?
A: “Jack from Boy Meets World. No one ever remembers him except for me.”
Q: If your name had to be the name of a State in the US, what would it be?
A: “I would probably pick Indiana, so I could still be called Annie and it wouldn’t be weird.”
Q: When was the last time you thought about Abraham Lincoln?
A: “The other day I picked up a heads up penny, so I had really great memories of Abe in that moment.”
Q: What ingredients would be in your ideal smoothie?
A: “Banana, peanut butter, strawberry, oats, vanilla greek yogurt, and a little honey. I’m not really a smoothie expert, but it sounds good to me.”
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A reminded that we will not have a show in Hyannis on Monday July 3rd! But, we will be at the 4th of July Parade the next day to sing The National Anthem and we hope to see you there!