Laura Force Scruggs is thrilled to be produced by Three Cat and is very thankful to have Three Cat as an artistic home, a safe place where she feels like her voice is understood and her fairy wings are encouraged. She recently created a documentary, “Uncle Fun: You’re The One,” about the late Chicago toy store, Uncle Fun and its creator, Ted Frankel. It premiered at Chicago Filmmakers and will also be screened this year at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, the Intuit in Chicago and The Nest in Michigan City, Indiana. She is the Curator/Creative Producer of the Three Cat Cabaret on the Lake, co-hosts Do Not Submit West Loop and co-hosts and produces the “Are You Famous, Yet?” podcast with her husband in which they interview artists of all kinds. She works as a Tour Guide for Chicago Trolley and Double Decker Bus Company and as a respite worker for a young lady with autism. She taught theatre for about ten years in a variety of environments. Laura has her B.S. in Elementary Education, with a Jr. High/Middle School Theatre endorsement and an M.A. in Communication, Media and Theatre. She has performed her one woman show, “Punk Grandpa,” around the country. She is so excited to now have had it performed as a multiple character play (at the FRIGID Festival in NYC and at Three Brothers Theatre) and it was published by Chicago Dramaworks. Laura was also commissioned by Three Brothers Theatre to write the story of Macbeth from Lady Macbeth’s perspective, set in the context of the American government; this script was performed at both Three Cat and Three Brothers. Laura’s short play, “Bossy,” about her time as a drama instructor was produced by Unity Players in Chicago. She also enjoys faeries, puppets, festivals, hiking, thrift shopping and social justice!