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Other Works

  • Produced, directed and co-wrote (with Alice Dodd, composed by Chris Jeffries) Laura Comstock's Bag-Punching Dog at Circle X Theatre in Los Angeles. The show received both the 2002 Theatre LA's Ovation Award and the L.A. Weekly Award for World Premiere of a Musical. She also produced, directed and co-wrote (with Alice Dodd) In Flagrante Gothicto at Circle X Theatre Company in 2000. The show received Los Angeles Drama Critic Circle Awards for Writing, Directing and Production as well as the Ted Schmitt Award for "Most Outstanding Debut of a New Play". The production also won the Los Angeles Weekly Award for Playwriting and Comedy Ensemble and Garland Awards for Production, Direction, Writing, Ensemble and Lead Actress Alice Dodd. Also at Circle X, she directed and produced the world premiere Great Men of Science, Nos. 21 & 22. The show received a Theatre LA Ovation Award for Best Production in a small theatre, and The LA Weekly Award for Best Production.
  • She appeared in The Cider House Rules in the role of Melony, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and at The Atlantic Theatre in New York. In 1999 she received a Garland Award and a Theatreworld Award for "Debut on the New York Stage" as well as a Drama Desk nomination. The show also received a Theatre LA Ovation Award for Best Production in a larger theatre.
  • In Seattle, she was a member of Annex Theatre for 8 years, where she appeared in 'The Fatty Arbuckle Spookhouse Review', 'Bessemer's Spectacles', 'Tattoo Girl', and 'Hamlet The Musical'. At Annex, she directed 'Triplets In Uniform', 'Exquisite Torture', and 'Running From Boomerangs'. She was the Associate Artistic Director for Alice B. Theatre where she produced 'Pretty, Witty and Gay' and 'Memory Tricks' by Marga Gomez at the Broadway Performance Hall and directed the plays 'Grease' and 'Camille'.
  • (June 12 to September 27, 1998) She acted in Peter Parnell's adaptation of John Irving's novel, "The Cider House Rules," (a new play in two parts), at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Tom Beyer, Jane Carr, Josh Hamilton, Kevin Jackson, Brenda Wehle and Michael Winters in the cast. Tom Hulce and Jane Jones were developers and directors. John Arnone was scenic designer. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. David Zinn was costume designer.

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