Mia Radabaugh (Rule No. 8) is grateful to bring to life some of the voices and stories of real people struggling during the pandemic. These stories have evoked feelings of validation and familiarity that we might all need at this time. Mia has been active in the Cleveland/Akron area for the past three years after taking a 15 year hiatus to work in the corporate world. She holds a BFA in Acting from Ohio University. Some of her recent credits include virtual productions of The Seagull (Arkadina), Clue (Mrs. Peacock), As You Like It (Audrey), and Much Ado About Nothing (Beatrice). Some of her favorite stage credits include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Martha), Emma (Miss Bates), and Tartuffe (Elmire). She has performed all over northeast Ohio, most notably at Western Reserve Playhouse, Ensemble Theatre, Cassidy Theatre, and Rubber City Theatre. As always she would like to thank her mom, husband and friends for always supporting her.