She directed Paula Vogel's play, "How I Learned to Drive," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at The Alex Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Shelly Cole, Michael Gross, Mimi Kennedy, Mackenzie Phillips, and Jerry Sroka in the cast.
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It's been pretty much 50-50 between the acting and the singing. The stuff I've done on stage has been so bloody exciting. The roles are just extraordinary. To play a person who is drunk, or angry, or English, or blind, to have that kind of stretch--when you're over 40, that's the exact time of the really great, meaty roles for women in theater. It's a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of ...
She was one of the two stars to have appeared in every episode of One Day at a Time
(1975), with the exception of 1 in the last season.