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  • (1977) Stage: "Mr. T", by Steve Yeager. Off-Broadway (New York City, NY, USA).
  • (1978) Stage: "Gemini", by Albert Innaurato. Little Theatre (New York City, NY, USA).
  • (1980) Stage: "The Seagull", by Anton Chekhov as Nina. Manitoba Theatre Centre (Winnipeg, Canada).
  • (1980) Stage: "Travesties", by Tom Stoppard. Manitoba Theatre Centre (Winnipeg, Canada).
  • (1985) Stage: "A Midsummer's Night Dream", by William Shakespeare as Titania and Hippolita. Arena Stage (Washington, DC).
  • (1985) Stage: "Toyer!", by Gardner McKay . Dir. Tony Richardson. Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater (Washington, D.C.).
  • (1986) Music video: Billy Ocean's "When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going".
  • (1987) Stage: "Camille", by Alexandre Dumas as Camille. Dir. Ron Daniel. Long Wharf Theater (New Haven, Connecticutt).
  • (1989) Stage: "Love Letters", by A.R. Gurney as Melissa Gardner. Dir. John Rubinstein. Promenade Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (1990) Stage: "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", by Tennessee Williams as Maggie. Dir. Howard Davis. Eugene O'Neill Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (1991) Radio: BBC Radio Play "Deadlock" as V.I. Warshawski.
  • (1995) Stage: "Indiscretions", by Jean Cocteau as Madeline. Dir. Sean Mathias. Ethel Barrymore Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (1997) Stage: "Tallulah!", by Sandra Ryan Heyward as Tallulah Bankhead. Dir. Michael Rudman. Chichester Festival (Chichester, West Sussex, UK).
  • (1997) Stage: "Our Betters", by W. Somerset Maugham. Dir. Michael Rudman. Chichester Festival (Chichester, West Sussex, UK). Cast members were Stephen Billington, Nigel Davenport, Charles Edwards, Sheri Graubert, Barbara Jefford and Rula Lenska.
  • (1998) Stage: "There's Nothing Like a Dame" (New York City, NY).
  • (1999) Documentary: "The Science of Sex" (narrator).
  • (2000) Print ads (PSA): Planned Parenthood.
  • TV commercial (PSA): "Safe Motherhood" (Unicef...)
  • (2000) TV commercial (voice only): Burger King
  • (2000) Stage: "Tallulah!", by Sandra Ryan Heyward as Tallulah Bankhead. Dir. Michael Lessac.
  • (March 24, 2000 - June 17, 2000) Stage: "The Graduate", by Terry Johnson as Mrs. Robinson. Gielgud Theatre (London, UK).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "Happy Days", by Samuel Beckett. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "Portrait of Madonna", by Tennessee Williams. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "Between Local and an Express", by Susan Charlotte. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "The Room", by Harold Pinter. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "The Lover", by Harold Pinter. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2001) Stage: Reading of "Love Divided by", by Susan Charlotte. National Arts Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2002) Stage: "There's Nothing Like a Dame" (New York City, NY).
  • (2002) Stage: Broadway on Broadway" (New York City, NY).
  • (2002) Stage: "Stars in the Alley" (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: Reading of "The Rats" by Agatha Christie (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: Reading of "The Tell Tale Heart", by Edgar Allan Poe (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: Reading of "The Night of the Iguana", by Tennessee Williams (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: "There's Nothing Like a Dame" (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: Reads an Untitled New Play by Michael Cristofer alongside Debra Monk (New York City, NY).
  • (2003) Stage: "The Exonerated", by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, as "Sunny Jacobs. Dir. Bob Balaban. 45 Bleecker (New York City, NY).
  • (2004) Stage: Reading of "A Streetcar Named Desire", by Tennessee Williams (New York City, NY).
  • (2004) Stage: Reading of "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow", by Tennessee Williams (New York City, NY).
  • (2004) Stage: "The Exonerated", by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen as Sunny Jacobs. Dir. Bob Balaban. Casa Manana (Ft. Worth, TX).
  • (2005) Stage: Reading of "The Pretty Trap", by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Austin Pendleton. Players Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2005) Stage: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", by Edward Albee as Martha. Dir. Anthony Page. Longacre Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (2005) Benefit Concert: "On The Twentieth Century", by Betty Comden and Adolph Green as Imelda. Directed by Peter Flynn. New Amsterdam Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (2006) Stage: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", by Edward Albee as Martha. Dir. Anthony Page. Apollo Theatre (London, UK).
  • (2006) Stage: Reading of "A Day for Suprises/The Loveliest Afternoon", by John Guare. Players Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2006) Stage: Special Appeareance in "Martin Short: Fames Becomes Me", by Martin Short, Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, Daniel Goldfarb and Alan Zweibel. Dir. Scott Wittman. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (New York City, NY).
  • (2006) Stage: Reading of "Happy Days", by Samuel Beckett. Dir. Antony Marsellis. Players Club (New York City, NY).
  • (2007) Stage: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", by Edward Albee as Martha. Dir. Anthony Page. National Tour USA.
  • (2007) Stage: Directed "Crimes of the Heart", by Beth Henley. Williamstown Theatre Festival (Williamstown, MA).
  • (2007) Stage: Reading of "The Vultures", by Henri Becque. Dir. Jim Simpson. Florence Gould Hall (New York City, NY).
  • (January 20, 2008) Author of "Kathleen Turner Reveals Her Descent into Alcoholism", abridged extract from "Send Yourself Roses" by Kathleen Turner with Gloria Feldt. Daily Mail (UK).
  • (January 21, 2008) Author of "My Battle Against Rheumatoid Arthritis and How I Came to Feel Sexy Again", abridged extract from "Send Yourself Roses" by Kathleen Turner with Gloria Feldt. Daily Mail (UK).
  • (January 23, 2008) Article: "Why I detest Burt Reynolds and Nicolas Cage", abridged extract from her autobiography "Send Yourself Roses" by Kathleen Turner with Gloria Feldt. Daily Mail, 23 January 2008.
  • (2009) Stage: "The Third Story", by Charles Busch as Peg/Dr. Rutenspitz. Dir. Carl Andress. MCC Theater (New York, NY).
  • (2010) Stage: "Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins", by Margaret Engel and Allison Engel as Molly Ivins. Dir. David Esbjornson. The Philadelphia Theatre Company (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
  • (2010 - 2012) Stage: "High", by Matthew Lombardo as Sister Jamison Connelly. Dir. Bob Ruggiero.
  • (2011) Special Reading of "The Killing of Sister George", by Frank Marcus. Dir. Michael Pressman. Roundabout Theatre (New York, NY).
  • (2012) Stage: "Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins", by Margaret Engel and Allison Engel as Molly Ivins. Dir. David Esbjornson. Geffen Playhouse (LA, California) and The Mead Center for American Theater's Arena Stage (Washington, DC).
  • (November 28, 2012 - December 23, 2012) Stage: "The Killing of Sister George", by Frank Marcus as June Buckridge. Dir. Kathleen Turner. Long Wharf Theatre (Hartford, Connecticut).
  • (4/25/2013) Stage: "A Sea Symphony", by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Walt Whitman. Dir. David Hayes. Carnegie Hall (New York, NY).
  • (January 31, 2014 - March 9, 2014) Stage: "Mother Courage and Her Children", by Bertolt Brecht. Dir. Molly Smith. Arena Stage (Washington, DC).
  • (May 10, 2014 - August 30, 2014) Stage: "Bakersfield Mist", by Stephen Sachs. Dir. Polly Teale. Duchess Theatre (London, UK).
  • (November 21, 2014 - January 4, 2015) Stage: "Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins", by Margaret Engel and Allison Engel. Dir. David Esbjornson. Berkeley Repertory Theatre (San Francisco, California, USA).
  • (2015) Stage: Special Reading of "Our Class", by Tadeusz Slobodzianek. The Temple Emanu-El Skirball Center, New York, USA.
  • (2015) Stage: "Would You Still Love Me If...", by John S. Anastasi. Dir. Kathleen Turner. New World Stages, NY.
  • (2015) Radio: Reading of "A Christmas Carol: A Radio Drama", by Charles Dickens. Dir. Elliott Forrest. The Greene Space, NY.
  • (2015) Stage: Reading of "Jeremiah 5:1", by John Stanisci. Dir. Michael Parva. Invictus Theater, NY.
  • (2016) Benefit Gala: "Broadway Backwards". Al Hirschfeld Theatre, NYC.
  • (2016) Play: "Polymorphous", by Pascal Rioult. The Joyce Theater, New York City.
  • (October 7, 2016 - November 20, 2016) Play: "The Year of Magical Thinking", by Joan Didion. Dir. Gaye Taylor Upchurch. Arena Stage (Washington, DC).
  • (February 8, 2017) Special Performance: "Love 2.0". Symphony Space, NYC.
  • (March 13, 2017) Benefit Gala: "Broadway Backwards". Dir. Robert Bartley. Al Hirschfeld Theatre, NYC.
  • (March 22, 2017) Benefit Performance: "Villain: DeBlanks", by Billy Mitchell. Feinstein's/54 Below, NYC.
  • (April 3, 2017) Benefit Gala: "2nd Annual Live Ideas Gala: Mx'd Messages". Dir. Bill T. Jones. Highline Ballroom, NYC.
  • (June 19, 2017) Benefit Reading: "Hollywood Nurses", by Sheila Head and Peter Michael Marino. Dir. Carl Andress. Mainstage Theater, NYC.

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