- (August 29 to September 23, 2006) She played Eliza Doolittle in the musical, "My Fair Lady," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Timothy Crowe (Henry Higgins); George McDaniel (Colonel Pickering); Larry Daggett (Alred P. Doolittle); Dana Aber (Mrs. Eynsford-Hill, Second Maid); Jessie Austrian (Mrs. Hopkins, First Maid); J. Bernard Calloway (Cockney Quartet, Lord Boxington); Christian Delcroix (Cockney Quartet, Angry Man, Hoxton Man); William Thomas Evans (Cockney Quartet, Selsey Man); Michael Hance (Freddy Eynsford-Hill); Katherine Harber (Mrs. Higgins, George the Bartender); Loresa Lanceta (Bystander, Lady Boxington, Flower Girl); Nick Locilento (Cockney Quartet, Butler, Second Violin); Abigail Bailey Maupin (Angry Woman, Person on the street); JP Moraga (Jamie); Greg Shcanuel (Harry, Professor Zoltan Karpathy); Navida Stein (Mrs. Pearce, First Violin); Carly Stotts (Bystander, Mrs. Higgins Maid) and Mark Stringham (Charles) in the cast. Alan Jay Lerner wrote the book and lyrics. Frederick Loewe was composer. Amanda Dehnert was director and music director. Kelli Wicke Davis was choreographer. Bill Corcoran was first pianist and conductor. Tom Robertson was second pianist and vocal supervisor.
- (2003 to 2004 season) Amanda Dehnert and her play, "Songs of Innocence," was performed in a world premiere production at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Amanda Dehnert was also director. David Jenkins was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John Ambrosone was lighting designer. Peter Sasha Hurowitz was sound designer.
- (April 26 to May 27, 2018) She played Mother in the musical, "Ragtime," at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Janice Duclos (Emma Goldman); Mia Ellis (Sarah); Rebecca Gibel (Evelyn Nesbit); Mauro Hantman (Father); Brian McEleney (Henry Ford); Jude Sandy (Booker T. Washington); Stephen Thorne (Harry Houdini); Charlie Thurston (Tateh) and Joe Wilson Jr. (Coalhouse Walker Jr) in the cast. Terrence McNally was writer. Stephen Flaherty was composer. Lynn Ahrens was lyricist. E.L. Doctorow wrote the novel. Curt Columbus was director.