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  • (2000) Appeared on Broadway in Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" and will star in the Broadway revival of "42nd Street" as Dorothy Brock.
  • (2001) : Played Dorothy Brock in "42nd Street" musical by Al Dubin, Harry Warren, Mark Bramble and Michael Stewart (Ford Center for the Performing Arts, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (December 2002) : Plays Millicent Jordan in "Dinner at Eight" play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber (Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (April 2005) : Plays M'Lynn in "Steel Magnolias" play by Robert Harling (Lyceum Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (March 2006) : Plays Edith Bouvier Beale in the "Grey Gardens" musical by Doug Wright, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie (Playwrights Horizons, New York City, New York, USA).
  • She plays both the mother, Edith Bouvier Beale, and her daughter, "Little Edie" Beale in "Grey Gardens," for which she was honored with the Outer Critics Award, Drama Desk Award, the Drama League gave her the Performance of the Year Award, the New York Drama Critics' Association gave her the Performance of the Year Award, as well, and she won the Obie for her performance.
  • Won the Outer Critics' Award and the Tony for her turn as Dorothy Brock in "42nd Street".
  • Acted for a year in a Broadway production of "Camelot".
  • Acted in a fifteen month Broadway production of "Oklahoma".
  • (February 26, 2009 - July 16, 2009) She acted in Sir Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit," at the Shubert Theatre in New York City, New York with Angela Lansbury CBE, Rupert Everett, Jayne Atkinson, Simon Jones, Deborah Rush, directed by Michael Blakemore OBE.
  • (1996) Stage Play: Getting Away With Murder. Comedy/thriller. Written by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth. Directed by Jack O'Brien. Broadhurst Theatre: 17 Mar 1996- 31 Mar 1996 (17 performances + 29 previews that began on 20 Feb 1996). Cast: Christine Ebersole (as "Dossie Lustig"), Terrence Mann (as "Gregory Reed"), John Rubinstein (as "Martin Chisholm"), Kandis Chappell (as "Pamela Prideaux"), Al Espinosa (as "Roberto"), Frankie Faison (as "Dan Gerard'), Mia Farrow (as "Voice of Doctor Bering's Wife") [Recorded voice only/Uncredited], Herb Foster (as "Dr. Conrad Bering"), George Furth (as "Voice of Other Doctor") [Recorded voice only/Uncredited], Michelle Hurd (as "Charmaine"), Jodi Long (as "Nam-Jun Vuong"), Josh Mostel (as "Vassili Laimorgos"), William Ragsdale (as "Young Man"). Produced by Roger Berlind.
  • (1985) Stage Play: Harrigan 'n Hart. Musical. Book by Michael Stewart. Music by Max Showalter. Lyrics by Peter Walker. Featuring songs of the period by Edward Harrigan and David Braham. Musical Director: Peter Howard. Based on material compiled by Nedda Harrigan (Logan). [final Broadway credit]. Based on "The Merry Partners" by E.J. Kahn Jr. Music orchestrated by John McKinney. Music arranged by John McKinney. Dance arrangements by John McKinney. Vocal arrangements by John McKinney. Choreographed by D.J. Giagni. Scenic Design by David Mitchell. Directed by Joe Layton. Longacre Theatre: 31 Jan 1985- 3 Feb 1985 (4 performances + 25 previews that began on 10 Jan 1985). Cast: Christine Ebersole (as "Gerta Granville"), Harry Groener (as "Edward Harrigan"), Mark Hamill (as "Tony Hart"), Armelia McQueen (as "Mrs. Annie Yeamons"), Tudi Roche (as "Annie Braham Harrigan"), Kenston Ames (as "Chester Fox/Photographer/Newsboy/Newspaperman"), Cleve Asbury (as "Old Colonel/Billy Gross/Nat Goodwin"), Clent Bowers (as "Archie White/Sam Nichols/Felix Barker/Uncle Albert"), Mark Fotopoulos (as "Stetson/Andrew LeCouvrier/Judge/Johnny Wild/Captain/William Gill"), Roxie Lucas (as "Eleanor/Ada Lewis"), Merilee Magnuson (as "Lily Fay/Adelaide Harrigan/Nurse"), Amelia Marshall (as "Jennie Yeamons/Newsgirl"), Barbara Moroz (as "The Colonel's Wife/Elsie Fay/Belle"), Christopher Wells (as "Alfred J. Dugan/Harry Mack/Judge Hilton/Doctor"), Oliver Woodall (as "Martin Hanley"). Swings: Michael Gorman (as "Swing") and Alison Mann (as "Swing"). Understudies: Michael Gorman (as "Archie White/Felix Barker/Martin Hanley/Sam Nichols/Uncle Albert"), Roxie Lucas (as "Mrs. Annie Yeamons"), Merilee Magnuson (as "Gerta Granville"), Barbara Moroz (as "Annie Braham Harrigan") and Christopher Wells (as "Edward Harrigan/Tony Hart"). Produced by Elliot Martin, Arnold Bernhard and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). Note: One of the most notable flops of the 1985 Broadway season.
  • (1977) She acted in Gary Geld, Peter Udell and James Lee Barrett's musical, "Shenandoah," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Ed Ames and Deborah Combs in the cast. Philip Rose was director.
  • (September 8 to October 24, 1993) She acted in Larry Grossman, Martin Casella and Ellen Fitzhugh's musical, "Paper Moon," in a world premiere at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Natalie DeLucia, John Dossett, Gregory Harrison, Linda Hart and Chandra Wilson in the cast. Matt Casella was director. Steve Marzullo was musical director. Alan Johnson was choreographer. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer. Jeffrey Kurland was costume designer.
  • (June 28 to August 21, 2016) She played Elizabeth Arden in Doug Wright, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie's musical, "War Paint," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Patti Lupone (Helena Rubinstein) in the cast. MIchael Greif was director. Kenneth Posner was lighting designer. Catherine Zuber was costume designer.

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