January 18, 2020 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

10 things you don’t know about me… Chandler Dalton

This week the director of St. Joseph-Ogden’s Fall Drama Production “Trap” tells us 10 things we don’t know about her!

My favorite childhood memory is seeing the national tour of The Lion King with my family when I was 11.

My favorite production I have ever been apart of is Peter and the Starcatcher with Twin City Theatre Company in September of 2016.

I’ve seen Hamilton in Chicago twice and it is by far one of my favorites.

The best part of high school drama productions is watching the show come together and seeing the show from casting to opening night.

The most challenging part of a high school drama productions is picking a show that can accommodate over 40 kids.

I always carry gum and chapstick

I don’t have any superstitions.

A book that stayed with me after I read it was “My Sister Lives on The Mantlepiece” by Annabel Pitcher.

My childhood pet’s name was Bella. She was a shitzu who sadly passed away last March a week before All Shook Up.

My favorite place I have traveled is Willemstad, Curacao.

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