Her credits at London's Hampstead Theatre include: the title role in Henrik Ibsen
's "Hedda Gabler" (1988), "Rosemary" in "Incident at Tulse Hill", a new play by Harold Pinter
(1981), "Hilary" in "Comings and Goings" by Mike Stott
(1978), "The Script" and "Charlotte"/ "Violetta" in Molière
's "Don Juan" (both 1976).
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If I had inhabited some of the characters I played, I'd probably be in jail or in an insane asylum. I take work home in the sense that I worry so much about getting it right, but I don't take my character home with me.
For performance in a revival of "Private Lives" on Broadway, she won Tony and Drama Desk awards as best actress in a play and the Stage Actress Award at the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards (2002). She had also been Tony-nominated in the same category in 1987 for "Les Liaisons Dangereuses". In both plays, she co-starred with Alan Rickman