Angela Wilson as Babe Woods, 61 years of age, exudes the demeanor of a tweaker with a short fuse. She is the den mother of non-violent action.
Actor, Writer, and Director in Albuquerque, NM
Angela is an actress, director, and writer of both theater and film. She has twelve years’ experience as a theater producer of a small theater in Dallas, Texas called Theatre Quorum, and is now producing short films! Angela calls Albuquerque, New Mexico "home", but she has lived in many areas of the U.S., lending to her insightful telling of human stories. Fueled by her passion for history, she creates compelling stories that reflect a place and time in our shared history.
As a theater professional, she focused on bringing the actor, playwright, and audience together to create an evocative theatrical experience. She considers herself a forever student, eager to both build on her academic foundations in American History, Theater and Playwriting and staying in tune with the latest trends in storytelling.
Angela had the great privilege of producing plays by such luminaries as Lanford Wilson, Joyce Carol Oates, Jeff Daniels, Jon Sayles, and many, many others. A life full of experiences touched by crime, harassment, domestic violence, and family suicide has served to strengthen her determination to turn information into action and continues to contribute to her portfolio of work.
Her current projects include the podcast “Frijoles y Arroz” and a new series filming in Albuquerque, New Mexico in the fall. Most recently, Angela wrote, co-produced and acted in the short film “Nightlife”, directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Rebecca Rice, and actress Holly Adams. “Nightlife” will screen in the fall in Portugal, Poland, and Mexico. Angela is also repurposing scripts from the web series “Off Her Meds” as specs for other web series creators.