Plucky Media is a platform dedicated to intersectional feminist commentary and unironic joy. Whether that’s about food, movies, tv, theatre, marketing, or anything in between, we’re here to amplify voices that need to be amplified and just providing good content. Between our (forthcoming) youtube space, social media, and on this blog— we’re here for good *wholesome* content. Although, we can be dicks sometimes. It just happens.
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She has been working in blogging for the past 6 years writing various types of content for niches like law, weddings, DIY, HVAC, Self-Help, Music, and various other industries. She also has personal essays published on feminism, film, and self-care on publications like Femsplain/Aloe, Feministing, BitchFlicks, and Hello Giggles. When she’s not blogging, she is also a ‘Jill of All Trades’ theatre artist working as a comedic actor, stage manager, director, and playwright. She is deeply involved with the Women’s Theatre Festival, most recently co-directing Space Girl by Mora V. Harris and her own play The Amazing Cunt and Lil’Bitch Take [Your City]!.
A lifelong lover of pop culture analysis, she was inspired to co-found this website to write about a variety of niches including feminism, film, T.V. shows, marketing, and food.
Sarah is a recent Meredith College graduate with a Theatre Major and a minor in English. Sarah has a wide range of performance experience with her most notable roles being: Helena from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Estragon from Waiting for Godot, Queen Aggravain from Once Upon a Mattress, and Violet Venable from Suddenly Last Summer. Sarah’s love of performance started at the age of 14 years old and has been dedicated to developing as many aspects of this craft ever since. Sarah has directed The Vagina Monologues, co-directed I am an Emotional Creature by Eve Ensler, Space Girl by Mora V. Harris and The Amazing Cunt and Lil’Bitch Take [Your City]!. With an eye for design, she has also worked as Meredith College’s scene shop assistant and completed a research project on “Designing for Theatre of the Absurd.” She has since scenically designed The Amazing Cunt and Lil’Bitch Take [Your City]! and designed lighting for I am an Emotional Creature by Eve Ensler.
Sarah is a lover of breakfast food, absurdist theatre, performance, feminism, film, Stardew Valley, and television.
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Mackie is an actor, singer, and visual artist living in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is also a fourth-year student at North Carolina State University, studying Communication Media, Vocal Performance, and Arts Entrepreneurship. She works part-time for NC State’s Crafts Center and NC State’s Disability Services Office, and as Raleigh Little Theatre’s first annual Jack Hall Artistic Intern. Mackie has performed with a number of local theatre companies, including Bare Theatre, Theatre in the Park, Temple Theatre, Burning Coal Theatre, Sonorous Road Productions, and NC State University’s TheatreFest, and is a co-founder and managing director of Star Pocket Theatre Collective. In her free time, she’s usually reading graphic novels, listening to podcasts, playing PC games, and geeking out about Steven Universe. Yes, simultaneously.