Her Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Lady Monchensey in "The Family Reunion" by 'TS Eliot' (2000), "All's Well That Ends Well" (1983), Maria Lvovna in Gorky's "Summerfolk" (1974), Volumnia in "Coriolanus", Portia in "Julius Ceasar", Tamora in "Titus Andronicus" (all 1972), and Vassilissa in Gorky's "The Lower Depths".
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On her early days in repertory theatre: I was in more plays in a single year than some actors will perform in their entire careers. It was my education. We weren't spoiled or indulged. It was very hard work, and the paying customer came first. It was expected that they would hear every word, even if they were sitting far from the stage. If you were warned for inaudibility on Wednesday and still ...
Mother of son, Matthew Stephenson (born in 1964).