Angela Williams was 9 years old when Ghostbusters was released. However, she wasn’t allowed to see it in the theatre because it was about evil spirits, a topic that was strictly off-limits in her very religious home. That didn’t stop her from seeing the movie about 850 times over the next 25 years; and the glorious vision of a New York City now safe from the threat of Gozer was sufficiently burned into her retinas by the time she relocated here from Richmond, VA. Minions of Gozer is the culmination of Angela’s lifelong love affair with Ghostbusters; a <3-shaped box of Crunch bars for the boys in beige, and a big wet kiss to the city in which they lived and worked. When she isn’t thinking up new ways to cover New Yorkers in silly string, Angela can be seen in independent and student films and unconventional theatre projects around the city. In May 2012 she fulfilled some of her non-GB related childhood fantasies fulfilled in Kara Hearn’s “Unnamed Broadway Musical: The Musical!” Despite the strict ban on the paranormal in her adopted childhood home, ghostbusting runs in Angela’s blood; her mother is a paranormal investigator in PA.
Angela is the brains behind the Minions of Gozer, creating the show from nothing but a dream and a refusal to grow up back in 2011. She has played Psychic Jennifer, the Real Estate Broker, Asprin Lady, the Con Ed Worker, Mayor Lenny, and a Terror Dog. She also played Dr. Raychel Stantz (Dr. Ray Stantz) in the Gender Bender Edition. You’ve got to try this pole.
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