Barbara  Eulenberg Barbara has been a member of
"The Free Readers Ensemble" since 1996. She was also a company member of Circle Theater from 1985 to 1995. While at Circle, Barbara was in over 30 productions. Some of her favorites include: "And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little," "The Miracle Worker," "Yentl," "What Ever Happened to BB Jane?", "Evita," "Oliver," "Crossing Delancey," "Mill Fire," "No Exit," and "Raised in Captivity." Barbara also directed several successful productions at  Circle, including "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Grease," and "Plaza Suite."

Other professional productions: "Bells Are Ringing" (Athaneum  Theater Company), "Tongue of A Bird" (Gilead), "Your Hit Parade -
A Tribute to the Songs of the 50's" (Bugle Boy Productions) and a few
more of which she just cannot seem to remember the names.

In 1996, Barbara got a call from Miriam Petzke asking her to do a  reading with "The Free Readers Ensemble" she's been a member  ever since and loves working with this amazingly talented ensemble.

Barbara's profession is that of Director of Standardized Patient   Education at the Education and Evaluation Center at
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago.

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