What do you get when you mix a childhood forged in the boozy-hazed post-war partying of the 50s—replete with Lenny Bruce recitations at age eight—with an "adulthood" as a college-hopping educational film actress, boy-guru disciple, L.A. song-writer, night club comedienne and prison school teaching artist? You get a feeling-centric, language-obsessed Cleveland refugee who has an epiphany and decides to save the world with wild stories, mostly true.
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"Has fear ever kept you silent? You might be interested to hear from Pamela Sackett...using her words in compelling fashion to entertain and teach about the essential role language plays in relationship to feelings...."