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  • (June 16, 1965) She played Hanna in Tom Eyen's play, "The Three Sisters (From Springfield, Illinois): A Trilogy Part I: Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down Or Admission 10 cents" at the La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in New York City with Steven Davis (played Arizona), Neil Flanagan (Voice of Barker), and Maggie Dominic (played Stage Manager) in the cast. Neil Flanagan was director. Josef Bush was set designer. Harvey Duke was lighting designer. Jane Green and Ellen Stewart were costume designers.
  • (February 20, 1968) She played Hanna in Tom Eyen's play, "The Three Sisters (From Springfield, Illinois): A Trilogy Part II: My Bald Sister Sophie? Or: Thank God for Small Favors!" at the Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at Caffe Cino in New York City with Steven Davis (played Arizona), Connie Clark (played Sophie), Neil Flanagan (Voice of Barker), and John Hartnett (played Stage Manager) in the cast. Neil Flanagan was director. Josef Bush was set designer. John P. Dodd was lighting designer. Lamston's 5 & Dime were costume designers.
  • (February 6, 1971) She played Hanna in Tom Eyen's play, "The Three Sisters (From Springfield, Illinois): A Trilogy Part II: My Bald Sister Sophie? Or: Thank God for Small Favors!" at the Astor Place Theatre in New York City with Steven Davis (played Arizona), Jean David (played Sophie), Neil Flanagan (Voice of Barker), and John Hartnett (played Stage Manager) in the cast. Neil Flanagan was director. Josef Bush was set designer. John P. Dodd was lighting designer. Lamston's 5 & Dime were costume designers.
  • (March 28, 1970) She played Gilda in Tom Eyen's play, "What is Making Gilda So Gray?," at the Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at La MaMa ETC in New York City with Neil Flanagan (played Franco) in the cast. Eric Concklin, Julia Curry, Nicki Kaplan, James MacDonald, Irving Metzman, and Julia Willis were in the ensemble. Bill Edgar and Dorin McGough were stage managers. Neil Flanagan was also director. Steve Whitson was lighting designer. Irving Metzman and Richard Lipton were production supervisors.
  • (May 31, 1967) She played Sarah 3 and young Judith Van Hard in Tom Eyen's play, "Sarah B. Divine: A Musical Biographical Fantasy on the Life of Sarah Bernhardt," was performed at La MaMa ETC at the Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company production with Karole Kaye Stevenson (played Sarah 1 & Jeanne), Carole Silon (played Sarah 2 & Anita), Elsa Tresko (played Sarah 4, Madame Boviar, old Judith Van Hard, & Madame Nathalie), Jonathan Kramer (played Maurice Bernhardt), Kathleen Dabney (played Ellen Terry), Bobo Legendre (played Eleonora Duse), William Griffin Duffy (played M. Pitou & Oscar Wilde), Ellen Gurin (played Giselle & Louise), Carolyn Wiswell (played Yvette & Brigitte), Tarina Lewis (played Madame Gerard & Lady Wilde), Dan Mason (played Actor, Prince De Ligne, Dumas, Sardou, & Reviewer), and Mark Russel (played Louis Tellegrin & Reviewer) in the cast. Tom Eyen was also director. Jonathan Kramer was musical director. Saito was set designer. Michael Warren Powell and Mary Nichols were costume designers. Toby Mailman was lighting designer. William Griffin Duffy was production manager. Rene Gonzalez was stage manager.
  • (January 16, 1970) She played Areatha in Tom Eyen's play, "Areatha In The Ice Palace Or: The Fully-Guaranteed Me Doll," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company production at the Extension Theatre Inc. in New York City with William Griffin Duffy (played Santa), Mary Mitchell (played Little Girl Doll), Elsa Tresko (played Grandmother Doll), Bill Haislip (played Boy Doll 758), and Marybeth Ward (Played Girl Doll 758) in the cast. Ron Link was director and designer. William Haas was lighting designer. Robert Schrock was stage manager.
  • (August 28, 1964) She played Henrietta in Tom Eyen's play, "My Next Husband Will Be A Beauty!," at La Ma Ma ETC. Theatre in New York City with Mari-Claire Charba (played Virginia), Alan Lysander James (played Henry), and Tom McDonald (played Boy) in the cast. Tom Eyen was director and designer. Kenneth Meek was lighting designer.
  • (Tuesday December 1,1970 12PM) She played a Mourners of the Downtown Theatre in Tom Eyen's play, "The Death of Off-Broadway Or: Money (Sieg Heil!) (A Street Play," in a Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company at first Astor Place Theatre and ended at Theatre De Lys in New York City. Tom Eyen and Gerald Miller were directors. The cast included William Griffin Duffy (played Archbishop of Greed), Steven Whitson (played right-hand Alter Boy), and David Whitson (played Left-hand altar boy). The Mourners of the Downtown Theatre ensemble included Jonathan Kramer, Ron Link, R.A. Dow, Paul-Matthew Eckhart, Ellen Gurin, Jeffery Herman, Madeline LeRoux, Mark Russel, Nana Winter, Arthur Morey, Bradford Riley, Sommer Sally, Lady Elsa Tresko, Bonnie Gable, Keven Breslin, Albert Poland, Julie Bovasso, Julia Eyen, Arthur Kessler, Ann Toker, Allan Eichler, George Trow III, Doris Duke, Jerry Lipani, Walter Wallace, Fred McDarrah, Fred Gershon, Myrna Masour, Barry Goldberg, Shirley Stoler, Warren Pincus, Paul Jabara, Hiram Keller, Jacque Lynn Colton. The Now Theatre Repertory Company of Buffalo included Mark Gatley, Robert Gibson, Andrew Kappy, Deborah Loss, Marianne Morinello, Stephen Morros, Laura Nelson, Mark Penque, Joye Peskin, Eric Sidebottom, James Slattery, Beverly Smith, Thomas Sokolski, and Tony Ventresca in the cast. The Press included Leonard Probst (Channel 4 WNBC), Leonard Harris (Channel 2 WCBS), John Shubeck (Channel 9 WWOR), and Carol Jenkins.
  • (December 13, 1966) She played the Bit Player in Tom Eyen's play, "The White Whore and The Bit Player," at the Caffe Cino in New York City with Mari-Claire Charba (played White Whore) in the cast. Tom Eyen was also director. John P. Dodd was lighting designer.

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