Appeared (as "Carlotta Monterey O'Neill") in "My Gene" on Broadway.
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5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Straight Broadway plays are unattended, too expensive and seldom well written. You find people talking through a show because they think they're in front of a TV set and you can't hear them. But I believe New York theater will definitely rise again. A lot of people you wouldn't find in bed together, such as actors, producers and technical unions, are beginning to realize that our lives depend on ...
In 1990, as president of Equity, she became embroiled in the union's dispute with the producer Cameron Mackintosh
over whether actor Jonathan Pryce
should be allowed to perform the role of a Eurasian pimp that he created in the London production of "Miss Saigon" when the show opened on Broadway. The union first barred Mr. Pryce and then reversed its decision, and he went on to win the Tony Award ...