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Appearing in the play "Spinning Into Butter" at Lincoln Center in New York from 26 July 2000.

Appeared as Esmeralda in Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real" during June 1999 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (Williamstown, MA).

Active on Broadway in the following productions:

Two Shakespearean Actors (1992).

Ivanov (1997). (Revival).

The 24 Hour Plays 2007 (2007). Special/benefit. Written by Eisa Davis ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Theresa Rebeck ("Open House"), David Lindsay-Abaire ("Wakey Wakey"), Julia Jordan ("A Bus Stop Play"), Warren Leight ("I.P") and Michael Lew ("Tenure"). Assistant Director: James Dacre ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Amanda White ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ryan Mekenian ("Open House"), Collette Robert ("Open House"), Sherri Barber ("Wakey Wakey"), Moira Boag ("Wakey Wakey"), Diana Basmajian ("A Bus Stop Play"), David Ruttura ("A Bus Stop Play"), David T. Little ("I.P"), Margaret McCloskey ("I.P"), Alli Maxwell ("Tenure") and James Stover ("Tenure"). Directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah ("Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ari Edelson ("Open House"), Christian Parker ("Wakey Wakey"), Thomas Kail ("A Bus Stop Play"), Josie Rourke ("I.P") and Peter Ellenstein ("Tenure"). American Airlines Theatre: 22 Oct 2007 (1 performance). Cast: Andre Royo (as "Andre/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Mamie Gummer (as "Mamie/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Ramon Rodriguez (as "Ramon/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Lynn Whitfield (as "Lynn/Dave Chappelle Is Not Crazy"), Kristen Johnston (as "Kristen/Open House"), Gaby Hoffmann (as "Gaby/Open House"), Jeremy Sisto (as "Jeremy/Open House"), Diane Neal (as "Diane/Open House"), Craig Grant (as "Craig/Open House"), Tracie Thoms (as "Maggie/Wakey Wakey"), Peter Hermann (as "Zeke/Wakey Wakey"), Alicia Witt (as "Gemma/Wakey Wakey"), Dan Fogler (as "Andrew/Wakey Wakey"), Michael K. Williams (as "Gehring/Wakey Wakey"), Rosie Perez (as "Cammy/Wakey Wakey"), Nellie McKay (as "Singer/Musical Interludes"), Lili Taylor (as "Lili/A Bus Stop Play"), Hope Davis (as "Hope/A Bus Stop Play"), Hugh Dancy (as "Hugh/A Bus Stop Play"), Marlo Thomas (as "Noah/I.P."), Chris Rock (as "Terry/I.P."), Ben Shenkman (as "Marsha/I.P."), Aasif Mandvi (as "Aasif/Tenure"), David Cross (as "David/Tenure"), Elizabeth Banks (as "David/Tenure"). Produced by 24 Hour Company, Working Playground, Freestyle, The Joyful Heart Foundation, Lindsay Bowen, Francesca Silvestri, Kevin Chinoy, Tina Fallon and Kurt Gardner. Associate Producer: Sarah Bisman and Philip Naudé. Benefit Director: Anna Strout.

"God of Carnage" (2009). Comedy. Written by Yasmina Reza. Translated by Christopher Hampton. Music by Gary Yershon. Associate Director: Beatrice Terry. Directed by Matthew Warchus. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre: 22 Mar 2009- 6 Jun 2010 (452 performances + 24 previews that began on 28 Feb 1009). Cast: Jeff Daniels (as "Alan") [from 28 Feb 2009- Nov 15, 2009], Hope Davis (as "Annette") [from 28 Feb 2009- 15 Nov 2009], James Gandolfini (as "Michael") [from 28 Feb 2009- 15 Nov 2009], Marcia Gay Harden (as "Veronica") [from 28 Feb 2009- 15 Nov 2009]. Standbys: Charlotte Maier (as "Annette/Veronica"), Bruce McCarty (as "Alan/Michael"). Replacement actors: Dylan Baker (as "Alan") [from 2 Mar 2010- ?], Jeff Daniels (as "Michael") [from 2 Mar 2010- ?], Christine Lahti (as "Veronica") [from 17 Nov 17, 2009- 28 Feb 2010], Lucy Liu Annette [from 2 Mar 2010- ?/Broadway Debut], Janet McTeer (as "Veronica") [from 2 Mar 2010- ?], Annie Potts (as "Annette") [from 17 Nov 2009- 28 Feb 2010], Jimmy Smits (as "Alan") [from 17 Nov 2009- 28 Feb 2010], Ken Stott (as "Michael") [from 17 Nov 2009- 28 Feb 2010]. Produced by Robert Fox, David Pugh, Dafydd Rogers, Stuart Thompson, The Shubert Organization (Phillip J. Smith: Chairman. Robert E. Wankel: President), Scott Rudin, Jon B. Platt and The Weinstein Company.

(2006) She read Laurie Colwin's "The Lone Pilgrim" for Symphony Space's audio CD "Short Stories: Falling in Love".


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