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  • (February 2008) She stars in the play 'Driving Miss Daisy" at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts in La Mirada, California.
  • (2007) She & Tom Bosley toured in the play "On Golden Pond," including one stop at Thousand Oaks performing arts center in Thousand Oaks, California.
  • (March 2008 - April 2008) Michael Learned directs the one-woman play "The Eulogy" starring Brynn Thayer at Beverly Hills Playhouse, Beverly Hills, California.
  • (1986) TV commercial for Puritan vegetable oil - Herself (United States)
  • (2006) She acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Glass Menagerie," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with William Atherton, Monette Magrath, and Jeremy Peter Johnson in the cast. Michael E. Gross was director.
  • (2006 - 2007) She acted in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Glass Menagerie," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with William Atherton, Monette Magrath, and Jeremy Peter Johnson in the cast. Michael E. Gross was director.
  • (1986) She acted in Hugh Whitemore's play, "Pack of Lies," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Eileen Heckart in the cast.
  • (1987) She acted in S.N. Behrman's play, "No Time for Comedy," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Brian Bedford in the cast.
  • (August 1986) She acted in Hugh Whitemore's play, "Pack of Lies," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Eileen Heckart in the cast.
  • (April 10 to May 23, 1981) She acted in Friedrich Schiller's play, "Mary Stuart," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Marsha Mason, Robert Foxworth, Stephen McHattie and William Schallert in the cast. Jack O'Brien was director.
  • (April 3 to May 24, 1986) She acted in William Inge's play, "Picnic," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Gregory Harrison, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Rue McClanahan, Dick Van Patten, Dana Hill and Timothy Shelton in the cast. Marshall W. Mason was director. John Lee Beaty was scenic designer.
  • (May 19 to July 24, 1983) She acted in Ivan Turgenev's play, "A Month in the Country," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Thomas Harrison in the cast. Tom Moore was director. Ralph Funicello was set designer. Robert Blackman was costume designer. Martin Aronstein was lighting designer. Willis Bell was adapter.
  • (January 2 to February 24, 1996) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "Three Tall Women," at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Marian Seldes and Christina Rouner in the cast. Lawrence Sacharow was director.
  • (September 5, 2001 to November 4, 2001) She played Sophie Greengrass in Andrew Bergman's play,"Social Security," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Cathy Barnett (Barbara Kahn); David Fritts (Martin Heyman); Jim Korinke (David Kahn); Addison Myers (Maurice Koenig) and Cheryl Weaver (Trudy Heyman) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Dennis D. Hennessy was also director. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Randy B. Winder was lighting and properties designer. Gregory Hill was scenic designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Charles D. Adamson was company manager. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Keith Reece was swing state manager. Duane A. Hoberg was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Brian R. Davidson was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. J.T. Taube was swing technician. Cynthia Dahlberg was assistant technical director.
  • (September 2, 2004 to November 7, 2004) She played Miss Daisy Werthan in Alfred Uhry's play, "Driving Miss Daisy," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Lance E. Nichols (Hoke Colburn) and David Fritts (Boolie Werthan)in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Dennis D. Hennessy was also director. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Robert Waldman was original music composer. Randy B. Winder was lighting and properties designer. Keith Brumley was scenic designer. Ann Bruice was costume designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer and coordinator. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Tod Machin and Anthony Cross were projection designers. Duane A. Hoberg was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Brian R. Davidson was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Jim Misenheimer was associate technical director. Melissa Legg was swing technician. Jan Delovage was hair and make-up designer. Kerry Dillon and Lillian Pegelow were stagehands. Ray Robbins was changeover technician.
  • (September 27, 2017 to November 26, 2017) She played Miss Daisy Werthan in Alfred Uhry's play, "Driving Miss Daisy," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Charles Robinson (Hoke Colburn) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors.
  • (1967 season) Lynne Arden; Rene Auberjonois; Ramon Bieri; Dion Chesse; Barbara Colby; Peter Donat; Jay Doyle; George Ede; Patricia Falkenhain; Harry Frazier; Ellen Geer, Will Geer; Robert Gerringer; David Grimm; Scott Hylands; Phillip Kerr; Ruth Kobart; Barry MacGregor; DeAnn Mears; Judith Milhalyi; Jopsehine Nichols; William Paterson; Angela Paton; Charlene Polite; Marguerite Ray; Ray Reinhardt; Ken Ruta; John Schuck; Paul Shenar; Deborah Sussel; Patrick Tovatt; Ann Weldon and she were associates and journeyman actors at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California. Mark Bramhall; David Dukes; Robert Ferro; Larry Ferguson; Terry Mace; Glenn Mazen; Kimo Perry; Herman Poppe; Kate Hawley; Karen Ingenthron; Carol Mayo Jenkins; Enid Kent; Barry Kraft; Dana Larson; Michael Lerner; James Ragan; Mary Ellen Ray; Mark Schell; Izetta Smith; Gil Turner; Don Watson and Kitty Winn were the acting fellows at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California.
  • (Saturday, January 21,1967) She played Elmore in Moliere's play, "Tartuffe," in an inaugural American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theatre in San Francisco, California with Rene Auberjonois (title role); Patrick Tovatt (title role); Josephine Nichols (Madame Pernelle); Ruth Kobart (Madame Pernelle); Judith Mihalyi (Dorine); Ann Weldon (Dorine); Deborah Sussel (Marianne); Charline Polite (Marianne); De Ann Mears (Elmire); Ray Laine (Damis); David Dukes (Damis); James Ragan (Cleante); Peter Donat (Cleante); Paul Shenar (Valere); Mark Schell (Valere); Ramon Bieri (Orgon); Robert Gerringer (Orgon); Phillip Kerr (Monsieur Loyal) and Jay Doyle (Monsieur Loyal) in the cast. William Ball was artistic director and director.
  • (1967 to 1972 season) She was a company member at ACT (American Contemporary Theatre) in San Francisco, California. She was married to Peter Donat. She was a leading actress at the Canadian Stratford Festival resident and touring companies. She was with the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Connecticut. She played Irina in "The Three Sisters" at the 4th Street Theatre in New York City. She played in an Off-Broadway production in "A God Slept Here."
  • (1967 to 1968 season) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "A Delicate Balance," in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatres in San Francisco, California. Edward Hastings was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (1969) She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," in The American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatre in San Francisco, California at the ANTA Theatre Festival in New York City with Frank Ottiwell, Angela Paton; William Paterson and Kitty Winn in the cast. William Ball was director and artistic director.
  • (1968 to 1969 season) She acted in Jules Feiffer's play, "Little Murders," in The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California with Mark Bramhall; G. Wood; John Schuck and Angela Paton in the cast. Nagle Jackson was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (1968 to 1969 season) She acted in Anna Marie Barlow's play, "Glory! Hallelujah!," in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatre in San Francisco, California with Ramon Bieri in the cast. Edwin Sherin was director. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (1968 to 1969 season) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "A Delicate Balance," at The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, California. William Ball was artistic director.
  • (Early Fall 1969) She played Marya Prozorov in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," in the American Conservatory Theatre production at the ANTA (American National Theatre Association) in New York City with Angela Paton (Olga Prozorov); Kitty Winn (Irene Prozorov); Jay Doyle (Andrei Prozorov); Harry Frazier (Fyodor Kulygin); Ruth Kobart (Antisa, the nurse); Paul Shenar (Baron Tusenbach); William Paterson (Ivan Chebutykin); Robert Lancaster (Vasily Solyony); Ken Ruta (Lieutenant Colonel Vershinin); Philip Kerr (Aleksei Fedotik); James Milton (Vladimir Dodo) and Michael O'Sullivan (Ferapoint) in the cast. William Ball was artistic director and director. Gower Champion was also director.
  • (1972) She acted in Noel Coward's play, "Private Lives," in The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California with Marsha Mason and Paul Shenar in the cast. William Ball was artistic director. Francis Ford Coppola was director.
  • (1967 to 1968 season) She acted in Edward Albee's play, "A Delicate Balance," in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marines Theatres in San Francisco, California with Robert Gerringer and Ellen Geer in the cast. Edward Hastings was director. William Ball was artistic director.

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