One woman shows
One Woman Shows
Awards & Words of Praise
In Tale of the Allergist's Wife, I got to show a darker, sultrier look...
...and take off on flights of fancy
I also got to be something of a spoiled brat
The Beauty Queen of Lennane presented the challenge of adopting a convincing Irish accent...
...and the delight of a chance at love.
I dreamt a future full of promise.
But the conflict with my mother erupted...
...and turned my dream to nightmare
In Collected Stories, I was seemingly the rational one
But I proved as easily broken as anyone.
In Regrets Only, I played Myra, the kooky maid ...
...who always did the unexpected
...and easily succumbed to temptation.
Waverly Gallery brought more mother troubles...
...but also a supportive husband - and two fine actors who became good friends
Wit presented me with the role of a lifetime.
I shaved off my long blond locks...
...and took on the fragility of a terminal cancer patient.
Despite the sad story, the play was extremely gratifying. Every night brought tears - and thanks - from the audience.