Last fall I played Annette Raleigh in GOD OF CARNAGE at Shakespeare & Company. It was wonderful to act with Elizabeth Aspenlieder, Allyn Burrows and Jon Croy again and with our director Regge Life for the first time. We were nominated for Outstanding Ensemble in the Berkshire Theatre Awards.
The Tony and Olivier Award-winning dark and savagely funny farce GOD OF CARNAGE by Yasmina Reza runs September 14-October 8 in the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre. Check out this trailer for a sneak peek at what is coming your way!Get Tickets—.http://bit.ly/2sQJ0Dl(video by Ted Marcus)
Posted by Shakespeare & Company on Saturday, September 2, 2017
'God of Carnage' by Yasmina Reza opens September 14th! Don't miss this Tony Award winning comedy with Elizabeth Aspenlieder, Allyn Burrows, Jonathan Croy and Kristin Wold. Hold on to your seats, its going to be a bumpy ride!For best seats get tickets now—>http://bit.ly/2sQJ0Dl
Posted by Shakespeare & Company on Thursday, August 31, 2017
God of Carnage reviews
“A Scathing delight…exquisitely crafted..wicked bit of bad-fun nastiness.” —Albany Times Union
“A delight in dark humor…the play sparkles.” —The Berkshire Edge
“Outstandingly funny…powerful comedic artistry.” —CurtainUp
“expertly acted and directed…powerful and poignant.” —Berkshire Eagle
“Terrific…It is a pleasure to watch these four actors ply their craft with intelligence and insight.” —Berkshire on Stage
I recently played Titania in Elm Shakespeare Company’s production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, directed by Tina Packer. Thank you Producing Director Rebecca Goodheart – and Mike Franzman for the photos.
I had, apparently, been thinking of the role for quite some time. My family shared this photo with me from a few years ago!
Here are photos from some of my acting work at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts.
We did a 3-part video interview on Shakespeare’s Will.
I have had the good fortune to play Ariel twice at Shakespeare & Company: in 2001 with Michael Hammond as Prospero and in 2012 with Olympia Dukakis as Prospera.
Boston Symphony Orchestra did a video series about music composition inspired by Shakespeare plays. In this video I talk about Ariel and I introduce the scene where Miranda first meets Ferdinand (starts around 0:34).
In 2003 I played Cordelia with Jonathan Epstein as King Lear.
And I played Regan in 2014 with Dennis Krausnick as Lear.