|Aubree Keate | Ensemble
is ecstatic to be performing at Pickleville Playhouse once again! After playing the role of a swash-buckling pirate (or something similar to it) last year in Bandito Rides Again, she knew that returning was a no-brainer. So putting an already-planned Hawaii trip on hold, she is just thrilled to be back under the lights of the good ol' PVP stage. Aubree can't wait for December when she'll graduate from USU with a dual major in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. Aubree's life philosophy has always been "I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way." No... she's pretty sure that's NOT a song. "Thanks to my family, and especially my hubby, for the always constant love and support! I love you all!"
What is your favorite food?
My favorite food would definitely have to be my mom's Better-Than-Shopping cake. Chocolate cake, caramel, cool whip, crushed Heath bars=heaven's dessert. But in all actuality, anything with chocolate will brighten my day!
Who's your biggest fan?
Well, I've been blessed with a very supportive family, but as I've been married for a wonderful 1.5 years now, I have to say that I believe my husband has become my biggest fan. If I have a dream or a goal, no matter how far out of reach it seems at times, he always cheers me on! He never gives up on me or allows me to give up on myself. I'm so blessed!
If you could have any magical superpower, what would it be and why?
I'd love to be able to teleport! Many times in my life I'd love to be in two places at the same time…or near the same time…taking into account teleporting traffic. That fourth dimension can get real congested at times!
Do you have any secret talents?
My claim to fame occurred during middle school when I won the intramural limbo competition. That's right, folks. I'm a limbo queen.
What's your favorite thing about Pickleville?
My favorite thing about Pickleville Playhouse is the super-awesome and fun people! I can't imagine being surrounded by more talented, caring, and hilarious friends!
What's your favorite childhood memory?
I have numerous fond memories from my childhood, but one I love to think about is when my closest friends and I decided we wanted to earn money by selling water-skeeters (also known as penny bugs) for 25 cents. Neighbors would pull up, tell us they'd love a cup of lemonade, give us a quarter, and instead receive a cup with one water skeeter in it. Somehow we still managed to make a little money! Needless to say, we had very loving neighbors.