- Acted in the "Medea Redux" act of "Bash" at the Douglas Fairbanks Theater in the summer of 1999, while on hiatus from Ally McBeal (1997)
- (1997) Appeared in the critically lauded Broadway production of Chekhov's THREE SISTERS with Amy Irving, Lili Taylor and Eric Stoltz.
- (1999) Appeared in the play, "Bash", with Paul Rudd and Ron Eldard in New York. The play was written by Neil LaBute.
- Narrated the children's book, "Shrinking Violet" by Carl Best, to CD which was released by Weston Books in 2003.
- (1999) Music video for "David Duchovny" by Bree Sharp - Herself
- (May 22 to June 16, 1991) She played Cordelia in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," in a Bingham Signature Shakespeare production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Ken Ruta (Lear); Beth Dixon (Goneril); Tara Hugo (Regan); Bob Burrus (Earl of Kent); Howard Witt (Earl of Gloucester); Tom Stechschulte (Edmund); V Craig Heidenreich (Edgar); Mark Shannon (Duke of Albany); Gordon Joseph Weiss (Duke of Cornwall, Servant, Soldier, Knight); Mark Sawyer-Dailey (Duke of Burgundy, Officer, Knight, Servant, Soldier); Jesse Wolfe (Burgundy's Assistant, Servant, Bedoiun Fighter, Soldier, Knight); Henry Dardenne (King of France, Knight, Servant, Soldier); Steve Wise (France's Assistant, Knight, Servant, Soldier); Jeffery V. Thompson (Fool); Raphael Nash (Oswald); Fred Major (Knight, Old Man, Herald, Servant, Soldier); Mike Shaw (Gentleman, Servant, Soldier, Knight); Bob Krakower (Messenger); Vaughn McBride (Doctor, Knight, Servant, Soldier); Zandy Hartig (French Nurse); Mark Shaw (Messenger); Tom Lenoci (Officer, Knight Servant, Soldier); Jim Petersmith (Gentleman, Knight, Servant, Soldier); Anthony Ward (Officer, Knight, Servant, Soldier); James Dubensky (French Fighter); Kristen Harris (Knight); Olivia Honegger (Regan's Maid); Dawn Hillman (Lady in Waiting); Jennie Israel (Lady in Waiting); Johanna Pfaelzer (Lady in Waiting); Matthew Aibel (Knight, Servant, Soldier); Arthur Aulisi (Knight, Servant, Soldier); Jay Rosenbloom (Knight, Servant, Soldier) and Michael Weis (Knight, Servant, Soldier) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.