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  • (February 2003) : Plays Hermione in "La Dispute" play by Marivaux, translated by Gideon Lester (Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA).
  • (August 2010 - September 2010) Playing Winnie in Samuel Beckett's play Happy Days at Cape May Stage in Cape May, NJ.
  • (November 3 to 27, 1977) She played Ruby in Marsha Norman's play, "Getting Out," in a New Play Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Denny Dillon (Arlie); Susan Kingsley (Arlene); Bob Burrus (Bennie); Brian Lynner (Guard); Thurman Scott (Doctor); Nan Wray (Teacher); Jeanne Cullen (Mother); Maggie Riley (Woman); Michael Kevin (Male Teacher); Leo Burmester (Carl); Jim Baker (2nd Guard) and Ray Fry (Warden) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (February 1 to 25, 1979) She played Eva in Marsha Norman's play, "Circus Valentine,"in a Humana Foundation at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jim Baker (Fred); Diane Tartleton (Goldie); Sherry Steiner (Trina); Kent Broadhurst (Oz); Bob Burrus (Tony); Leo Burmester (Kelly) and Michael Kevin (Reeves) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (February 22 to April 1, 1984) She played Ann (Mrs. John Conroy) in P.J. Barry's play, "The Octette Bridge Club," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Sylvia Gassell (Martha (Mrs. Michael McDermitt); Elizabeth Moore (Mary Margaret Donavan); Ruth Livingston (Nora (Mrs. Lawrence Hiller); Gloria Cromwell (Connie (Mrs. David Emerson); Sally Parrish (Alice (Mrs. Walter Monahan); Mary Shelley (Lil (Mrs. Peter Carmody); Beth Dixon (Betsy (Mrs. Timothy Bailey) and Jon Huffman (Robert Foster) in the cast. Robert Spera was director.
  • (February 22 to April 1, 1984) She played Mrs. Corvo in William Mastrosimone's play, "The Undoing," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Debra Monk (Lorraine Tempesta); Tanya Myren (Lor Tempesta); Clarence Felder (Berk) and Elizabeth Moore (Mrs. Mosca) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (March 6 to April 14, 1991) She played Comstock's Baby Brother Chet, Old Soldier, First Lady Teacher of the Colored People, Comstock's First Maid Servant, Young Lady playing Croquet, Mrs. Prosch, Widows, Madame Restell, Actress playing Mrs. Warren, George Bernard Shaw, Comstock's second maid servant and first prostitute in Paul Walker's play, "A Passenger Train of Sixty-One Coaches," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Robert Machray (Anthony Comstock); Pamela Stewart (Comstock's Sister, Mrs. Motts, Young Woman on the Train, Victoria Woodhull, Mrs. Heywood, Madame Restell's Servant Girl, Lady Customer, Deputy Marshall, Actress playing Evvie, George Bernard Shaw, Second Prostitute); Ching Valdes Aran (Comstock's Mother, Woman, Second Lady Teacher of the Colored People, Mother from Chinatown, Madame Restell's Maid, Stage Manager, Brothel Madam); V. Craig Heidenreich (Comstock's Father, Drunk Soldier, Maggie, Mr. DeRobigne M. Bennett, Dr. Morrison, Producer, First Member of the Society for the Suppression of Vice); Matthew Aibel (Boy with Wine, Young Soldier, Adele, Tennessee Claflin, Widows' Children, Second Anti-Vice Woman, Husband in Audience, Second Member of the Society for the Suppression of Vice); Scott Facher (Soldier with Fiddle, Mrs. Motts' Butler, Boy on the Street, Young Gentleman playing croquet, Mr. Prosch, Ezra Heywood, First Anti-Vice Woman, Wife in Audience, Boy in Brothel) and Leah Jones (Little girl with the message at Mrs. Motts, Little girl on the train, Lillie, Little girl backstage) in the cast. Paul Walker was also director.
  • (March 14 to April 14, 1991) She played Maria Josepha in Eduardo Machado's play, "In The Eye of the Hurricane," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Diane D'Aquila (Manuela); Christopher McCann (Mario); Bob Burrus (Oscar); Pamela Stewart (Sonia); Rafael Baez (Hugo); Suzanne Costallos (Rosa); Robert Machray (Antonio); V. Craig Heidenreich (Fulgencio); Michael Weis (Miliciano) and Arthur Aulisi (Miliciano) in the cast. Anne Bogart was director.
  • (February 22 to March 22, 1992) She played Netty in Mayo Simon's play, "The Old Lady's Guide to Survival," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Shirl Bernheim (Shprintzy) in the cast. Alan Mandell was director.
  • (February 9, 2005 to Apri 10, 2005) She played Lucille in Ivan Menchell's play, "Club of Hearts," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Sally Struthers (Ida); Dodie Brown (Doris); Ronald Cohen (Sam) and Jeannine Hutchings (Mildred)in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Richard Carrothers was also director. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Randy B. Winder was lighting designer. Keith Brumley was scenic designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Deborah Morgan was properties designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Stephanie Klapper was casting director. Duane A. Hoberg was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Brian R. Davidson was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Jim Misenheimer was associate technical director. Melissa Legg was swing technician. Ray Robbins was changeover technician. Charles Moore was scenic artist.

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