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Gerit Quealy
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Born Chicago, Illinois, United States
Occupation writer, editor, Shakespearean scholar
Ethnicity American of Irish descent
Religious belief(s) Roman Catholic
Notable credit(s) The New York Times (publications); Wedding Flowers, Wedding Cakes and Flowers (as co-author); Fifty Things To Do When You Turn Fifty (as an editor)

Gerit Quealy is an American writer, editor, Shakespearean scholar[1] and actor[2].

She is the co-author of Wedding Flowers (2003) and Wedding Cakes and Flowers (2006), and an editor of Fifty Things to Do When You Turn Fifty (2005).

Quealy has also written for the Vows column of The New York Times[3][4], as well as the Style desk of the Times[5].

Quealy was formerly a Wilhelmina model and an associate editor of Flair magazine[6]. From 1983 to 1985 (and briefly in 1987), she played Jacqueline Dubujak Novak[7] on the ABC daytime serial Ryan's Hope.

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Shakespeare Oxford Society

In 2003, Quealy was the chairman for the 27th Annual Shakespeare Oxford Society conference in New York City[8].

Bibliography

  • With Allison Kyle Leopold. Wedding Flowers. New York: Hearst, 2003. ISBN 1588160939 ISBN 978-1588160935
  • With Kathleen Hackett and Allison Kyle Leopold. Wedding Cakes and Flowers. New York: Hearst, 2006. ISBN 1588166155 ISBN 978-1588166159

As Editor

  • Ronnie Sellers, Gerit Quealy, Debra Gordon, Brian O'Connell, Sarah Mahoney and Allison Kyle Leopold. Fifty Things to Do When You Turn Fifty. Sellers Publishing, 2005. ISBN 156906590X ISBN 978-1569065907

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See also

References

  1. ^ Quealy, Gerit. "New films pique public interest in Elizabethan era." Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter, Winter 1999. Accessed 03 April 2007.
  2. ^ Romeo and Juliet, The Goodman Theater, Chicago, Illinois, 1988 Accessed 03 April 2007.
  3. ^ Quealy, Gerit. "VOWS: Lynn Harris and David Adelson." The New York Times, 23 November 2003.
  4. ^ Quealy, Gerit. "VOWS: Beth Formidoni and Juan Méndez." The New York Times, 29 January 2006.
  5. ^ Quealy, Gerit. "Skin Deep: Lashes That Flirt and Flutter, But at What Cost?" The New York Times, 7 December 2006.
  6. ^ Beckett, Kathleen. Careers Without College: Fashion, 2nd edition. Peterson's, 1999. ISBN 076890269X ISBN 978-0768902693
  7. ^ Ryan's Hope - Main Cast list
  8. ^ Goldstein, Gary and Hughes, Stephanie. "27th Annual SOS Conference in New York City: performance & publishing take center stage." Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter, 22 September 2003. Accessed 10 April 2007.







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