NO POSTAGE NECESSARY fully exploits Closshey’s talents. She evokes a vulnerability and emotional poignancy that’s never forced, always measured in response to what she faces at the moment. We feel the pain of her loss, of dealing with a troubled daughter, of confronting the emptiness in her life—often with just a look or a movement’s pause. And, most importantly, the subtle ways she retains self-control, of not letting life’s brutal card get to her, of forging on.
Ms. Closshey is intelligent, soulful, and inspiring.
If you don’t know the meaning of doing it all, then you haven’t met Charleene Closshey. Closshey acts, produces, plays the violin, composes scores, and graces the stage with her cheerful blonde waves and sweetly discerning eyes.
Charleene is warm, light on her feet and enchanting…Her beautiful voice is only surpassed by her incredible beauty.
This multi-talented performer isn’t just fiddlin’ around…Her life is as diverse as her performances as a violinist, singer, model.
While NO POSTAGE NECESSARY is an ensemble piece, there’s little denying that Charleene Closshey’s compelling performance as Josie is the emotional superglue that holds it all together, with a gentle simplicity and innocence that devastates with a look, a word and even just in the stillness with body language that wears her vulnerability yet never becomes enveloped by it.
Quite simply, it’s a quiet yet infinitely memorable performance.