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  • (1975) Appeared in a theatrical production of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town".
  • (1984) Appeared in a theatrical production of "Measure for Measure" by William Shakespeare.
  • (1989) Appeared in a theatrical production of Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare.
  • (April 11, 1989 - September 24, 1989) Appeared in "Aristocrats," an original drama, written by Brian Friel and directed by Robin Lefevre in the role of Alice.
  • (October 1, 1996) Release of the Audiobook of "Star Trek, Voyager: Mosaic (Adapted)" written by Jeri Taylor.
  • Appearing in the one person biographical play about the life of Katharine Hepburn at Hartford Stage Company, Conneticut, USA.
  • (February 23, 2003 - July 13, 2003) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the one woman play "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn directed by John Tillinger, Off-Broadway at the Promenade Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York.
  • (August 1994) Audiobook for "Everything to Gain" by Barbara Taylor Bradford on Harper Audio.
  • (August 2003) Appeared on the cover of "Catholic Digest".
  • (October 8, 1993) Release of the Audiobook for "Miami, it's Murder" by Edna Buchanan for Harper Audio.
  • (2003) TV Commercial for the Ford Freestar (voiceover).
  • (2002) Narrator of "America's Big Cat Crisis" s1, ep5, for "National Geographic Explorer" series.
  • (1990) Appeared in "Aristocrats," written by Brian Friel, in the role of Alice, at the Center Theater Group, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • (1982) Portrayed Barbara in the stage production of "Major Barbara," by George Bernard Shaw, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • (1974) Portrayed Blanche in the stage production of "Widower's Houses," written (in 1982) by George Bernard Shaw, at the Cyrano Repertory, New York.
  • (1984) Portrayed Célimène in the stage production of "The Misanthrope," by Molière, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • (August 10, 1993 - October 3, 1993) "Black Comedy," an original comedy farce (in duo with "White Liars"), written by Peter Shaffer; directed by Gerald Gutierrez; with Anne Bobby (portrayed Carol Melkett); Keene Curtis (portrayed Colonel Melkett); Peter MacNicol (portrayed Brindsley Miller); Nancy Marchand (portrayed Miss Furnival); Kate Mulgrew (portrayed Clea); Brian Murray (portrayed Harold Gorringe); Robert Stattel (portrayed Schuppanzigh); and Ray Xifo (portrayed Georg Bamberger); on Broadway at the Criterion Center Stage Right at the Olympia Theatre, produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company.
  • (1980) Portrayed Desdemona in "Othello," written by William Shakespeare at the Coachlight Dinner Theater, Nanuet, Town of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York, USA.
  • (1976) "Absurd Person Singular," an original comedy written by Alan Ayckbourn; with Lewis Arlt (portrayed Sidney Hopcroft); William Gray Espy (portrayed Geoffrey Jackson); Helen Gallagher (portrayed Marion Brewster-White); Kate Mulgrew (portrayed Eva Jackson); James Pritchett (as Jim Pritchett) (portrayed Ronald Brewster-White); and Jada Rowland (portrayed Jane Hopcroft), debuted at Encore Productions of New York City (November) followed by a three week tour through South Bend, Indiana; Davenport, Iowa; Roanoke, Virginia; and Norfolk, Virginia; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Scranton, Pennsylvania.
  • (1986) Portrayed Hedda Gabler in the stage production of "Hedda Gabler" by Henrik Ibsen at Center Theater Group, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • (1985) Portrayed Isabella in the stage production of "Measure for Measure" by William Shakespeare at the Center Theater Group, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • (2004) Portrayed "Julie Cavendish, Fanny's daughter" in the stage production of "The Royal Family," by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber, at the Center Theater Group, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • (2003) Played Kate Hammond in the stage production of "Stay," written by Heather McDonald, at the Zipper Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (October 5, 2004 - January 23, 2005) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the one woman play "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn at the Orpheum Theatre, The Bushnell (Hartford, Connecticut), The Shubert Theatre (Minneapolis, Minnesota), and the Hippodrome Theatre (Baltimore, Maryland).
  • (November 1, 2003 - February 22, 2004) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the one woman play "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn at the Cuillo Centre For The Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • (2002) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the one woman play "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn at The Hartford Stage, The Cleveland Play House (Cleveland, Ohio), and American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, Massachusetts).
  • (2003) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the one woman play "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn at The Promenade Theatre, New York City, New York.
  • (1983) Portrayed Kitty Strong in the stage production of "The Ballad of Soapy Smith," written by Michael Weller, directed by Robert H. Egan, and featuring Denis Arndt as Soapy, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • (1982) Portrayed Margaret in the stage production of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," written by Tennessee Williams, at the Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, New York, USA.
  • (2004) Portrayed Mary Stuart in the stage production of "Mary Stuart," written by Friedrich Schiller, Off-Broadway at the Classic Stage Company, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (2002) Portrayed Mrs. Patrick Campbell in the stage production of "Dear Liar: A Comedy of Letters," written by Jerome Kilty, based on the correspondence of playwright George Bernard Shaw and actress Mrs. Patrick Campbell at Youngstown State University Theater, Youngstown, Ohio, USA.
  • (1992) Portrayed Mrs. Prentice in the stage production of "What the Butler Saw," written by Joe Orton, at the University of California - San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA.
  • (1987) Portrayed Nan Sinclair in the stage production of "The Film Society," written by Jon Robin Baitz, at The Los Angeles Theater Center, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • (1981) Portrayed Regina in the stage production of "Another Part of the Forest," written by Lillian Hellman, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • (1989) Portrayed Tamora in the stage production of "Titus Andronicus," written by William Shakespeare, at Shakespeare in the Park's Delacorte Theater, Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (1983) Portrayed Tracy in the stage production of "The Philadelphia Story," written by Philip Barry, at The Alaska Repertory Theatre, Sidney Lawrence Auditorium, Anchorage, Alaska, USA.
  • (Summer 2005) Portrayed Katharine Hepburn in the traveling stage production of the one woman play, "Tea at Five," written by Matthew Lombardo, based on the book "Me: Stories of My Life," by Katharine Hepburn.
  • (October 25, 2004) She participated in a reading of "Only We Who Guard The Mystery Shall Be Unhappy," written by Tony Kushner, at Hartford Stage, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
  • (September 25, 2003) Release of the "Tea At Five" Audiobook, written by Matthew Lombardo, by Highbridge Company Audio.
  • (2006) From WAMC, Northeast Public Radio, hear the amazing stories of 26 women in science and engineering history, narrated by Kate Mulgrew in "Her-Story: Then", a compilation of stories that trace the lives of women scientists and engineers from ancient Egypt to modern day Troy, New York. On CD or podcast.
  • (2006) Portrayed Sonia "Sunny" Jacobs in the stage production of "The Exonerated," written by Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank.
  • (1999) TV commercial for Oppenheimer Funds, with Kate Mulgrew and Patrick Stewart (voiceover).
  • (September 5, 2008 - February 8, 2009) Portrayed Hesther Salomon in "Equus," written by Peter Shaffer, opposite Daniel Radcliffe, portraying Alan Strang, and Richard Griffiths, portraying Martin Dysart, and directed by Thea Sharrock, on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. (177 total performances, including 21 previews beginning September 5, 2008).
  • (March 4, 2009 - April 5, 2009) She acted in Terrence McNally's play, "Master Class," directed by Wendy Goldberg, at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, USA.
  • (April 2014) Appeared on the May 2, 2014 cover of Entertainment Weekly, along with Uzo Aduba, Taylor Schilling, and Laura Prepon, in their characters from Orange Is the New Black (2013).
  • (March 4, 2009 - April 5, 2009) Portrayed Maria Callas in "Master Class," written by Terrence McNally, with music by Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, and Vincenzo Bellini, directed by Wendy Goldberg, at the Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, New Jersey, USA.

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