- 1973 - Debuts on Broadway under Ellis Rabb's direction in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice".
- 1995 - Her short film "Polio Water" won the IFC Grand Prize.
- Her play "The Early Girl" received a staged reading at Women's Project in the 1983-84 season, and has been performed at Circle Rep and elsewhere.
- Sept.-Oct. 2004 - Directs "As It Is in Heaven" for the University of Illinois Department of Theatre. Arlene Hutton's play is about a stranger who enters a Shaker community of nine women in 1838 Kentucky with claims of seeing angels.
- Holds a B.A. in Writing and Performance from Empire State College.
- (January 11 to 29, 1984) She played Olga Prozorov in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Susan Kruyn (Irina Prozorov); Susan Kingsley (Maria Prozorov Kulygina); Adale O'Brien (Anfisa); John C. Vennema (Baron Tuzenbach); David Sabin (Dr. Chebutykin); Fred Sanders (Captain Solyony); Ray Fry (Ferapont); Ken Jenkins (Lt. Colonel Vershinin); Patrick Husted (Andrei Prozorov); Frederic Major (Fyodor Kulygin); George Kimmel (Lt. Fedotik); Lee Anne Fahey (Natalya Ivanovna); Erin Vandenberg (Maid) and Stephen Seigel (Lt. Rode) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.