From Mar 9 - Apr 1, I played Dionyza, wife of the governor Tarsus, in Pericles, Prince of Tyre by William Shakespeare and George Wilkins. At Saint Mary's Time Square, theater on the 3rd floor, 145 West 46th St. More info at www.americanbard.org.
I played Mrs. Fenway in Tennessee Williams' "Summer at the Lake." This one act was part of ABTC's spring production of "FOUR by TENN," four works by Tennessee Williams in rotating repertory. Opened Sunday, April 10, 2011. Details at www.americanbard.org. Show photos here...
In the new film ROUGH CUT directed by Thomas McNamara, I am the voice of Rita, Clay's mother.
I played Escalus in American Bard Theater Company's production of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. The show ran from November 4-13 at The Payan Theatre in the Roy Arias Theater Center, 5th Fl, 300 West 43rd St., NYC. More info at www.americanbard.org.
Part of the Red Fern Theatre Company's Dark Night Reading Series, I read A Shot Away by Donna Fiumano-Farley, directed by Melanie Moyer Williams, on Sunday, Oct. 24 at the LABA Theatre at the 14th Street Y. A Shot Away is a documentary play based on interviews conducted over the past three years with American soldiers who have been sexually assaulted and/or raped by their "fellow" soldiers. More info at www.redferntheatre.org.
I played Anita in Ross Hewitt's new one act play Quicksand, on June 11-12 at The Center.
I played Antonia in the American Bard Theater Company production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, which ran from April 16th through May 1st. Our first review...
Recent work on One Life To Live air dates: 6/28 - That was me in the Palace Restaurant.
American Bard Theater Company (ABTC). Our first show Witches, Bitches!! was performed October 26th & 27th, 2009 at the Spoon Theater. Visit www.americanbard.org for more information about the company.
I am excited to be a founding member of
We made the FINALS! I played Gloria in Eleanor Kennedy's new play Next Train at the American Globe Theatre as part of the 15-Minute Play Festival produced by the Turnip Theatre Company and the American Globe Theatre. Our two final performances were May 15 and 16. More info at www.15minuteplayfestival.org.
Hampton Theatre Company's production of John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation which ran from 3/19 - 4/5/09. Sarah Hunnewell directed. Click for show photos and more...
I played Ouisa in the
Recent work on One Life To Live air dates: 12/29 & 30, the New Year celebration at the Palace Hotel Ballroom covered on two episodes; 11/3, I played Dorian's campaign assistant (under 5); 11/10, I was a passenger on a plane, look for a green sweater; 10/16, I played an ICU doctor; 8/7, I was in the cafe, in the back, in the booth; 4/9, I played a white coated ICU doctor.
Edge of Town, directed by Christopher Ciancimino. When the body of a woman is discovered in the woods, it triggers a series of connections between four locals and gradually reveals the cause of her death. The film premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival 10/4-5. More info at www.woodstockfilmfestival.com
I played Hannah, a local forensics detective in
Twelfth Night, directed by Jason Marr. On July 24th we appeared on the open-air stage in Windmuller Park, Queens. On July 25th & 26th we performed in the courtyard of All Saint's Church in Sunnyside, Queens. And on July 31st, we performed in Agawam Park in Southampton, NY. Read what the Southampton Press had to say about the shows...
Played Olivia in Hip to Hip Theatre Company's peripatetic outdoor production of Shakespeare's
Played Jackie in a new two woman play by Scott Gibson, directed by Emmy Award-winning director Norman Hall. It will be broadcast on Public Access Television (PATV) Channel 20 in the Great Neck/North Shore area of Long Island, NY as part of their new playwrights series. We shot in mid-June.
Resolve, written and directed by Dan Schimpf and produced by Matt Anderson. We began shooting in June. More info at www.resolvemovie.com.
Played Karen, a divorced mother of a teenage daughter, in in new film,
The Comedy of Errors. We toured the tri-state area in April with one NYC performance on April 18th at the Pearle Studios, 500 8th Avenue, NYC. More info at www.hudsonshakespeare.org.
Played Lady Abbess in the Hudson Shakespeare Company's production of
Someplace Called Fred's, a new play by Mark Wacome Stevik, directed by Emmy award-winner Norman Hall. It was broadcast on Public Access Television (PATV) Channel 20 in the Great Neck/North Shore area of Long Island, NY after November 4, 2007 as part of their new playwrights series. Details here...
Played the news anchor in
Our Man In Chocolate at the Manhattan Theatre Source. More info at ourmaninchocolate.info.
Played Dr. Muster in Frank J. Verderame's new play
WICKSHAW PRODUCTIONS' staged reading of A. R. Gurney's Public Affairs: The Love Course & The Open Meeting.
Thanks to the cast, crew, and audience of
Quit The Night as part of the Woodstock Fringe Playwrights Reading Series.
Played Maud Gonne in Julie Halpren's
Played Mrs. Sarti, Clauvius and her Friend in the Milk Can Theatre Company's workshop production/reading of Brecht's
Played a mother in the industrial production:
Played a survivor in the industrial production: NYC Evacuation Shelter Training.
Dedication Promo commercial for Lifetime Television.
Julius Caesar with the Hudson Warehouse Company. It was an annual fund raiser to support "Free Classics in Riverside Park". More info at: www.hudsonwarehouse.net
Played Calpurnia in a reading of
Watch it here.
Shot a Unisom Cortizone-10 commercial and did radio spot.
Watch it here.
Shot the principle role in a commercial for St. John's Hospital, Detroit.
A Collapse, written & directed by Vincent Marano and presented at the Kraine Theater.
Played four characters in the play,
Hampton Theatre Company's production of Fuddy Meers.
Played Claire in the
greyhounds, presented by WICKSHAW PRODUCTIONS at The Lion at Theatre Row, NYC.
Played Mercy in the NY premiere of a new play by Daryl Lisa Fazio,
Night Watch, presented by The Amateur Comedy Club, NYC.
Played Blanche in
One Life to Live
At the Christmas tree lighting, I was the mother of three very blonde kids, the youngest girl sitting on Santa's lap at the top of the shot. I was in a red knitted hat and easy to spot.
In the diner.
Worked 1/7/07 and 2/7/07. This spate of work led me to become an AFTRA member.
In the Tower restaurant.
As The World Turns
Under-5 role: I was one of the advertisers in the conference room with Emily and Casey.