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  • 1999: TV commercial at Tony Awards for VISA.
  • Also an accomplished musical theater actress. Other Broadway shows include 'A Chorus Line' (as Sheila), 'Little Me', 'Dancin'', the revival of 'Damn Yankees' (as Lola), and 'Sweet Charity', for which she won a Tony award.
  • 1995: TV commercials for M&M chocolate candy.
  • 1996: "Pops Goes The Fourth", as guest vocalist.
  • 1997" Won Tony (Best Actress in a Musical) for "Chicago".
  • 1999: TV commercial (voice) for Lysol cleaner.
  • 1997: Starred as Jenny Diver in the revival of "The Threepenny Opera" (Los Angeles).
  • 2000: Print ad for North Shore Animal League.
  • Starred in the Seeing Ear Theatre's audio production of Neil Gaiman's play "Snow Glass Apples".
  • 2005: Print ads for America's Milk Processor's "got milk?" milk mustache campaign.
  • 10/05-11/05: Starred in the Roger Rosenblatt play "Ashley Montana Goes Ashore in the Caicos . . . Or What Am I Doing Here?" at the Flea, New York City.
  • Was in the pre-Broadway cast of the revival of "Damn Yankees" when it was being developed at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, opposite 'Victor Garber'.
  • Stage: 10/20/92-7/17/93, "Kiss of the Spider Woman" by John Kander & Fred Ebb and Terrence McNally, based on the novel by Manuel Puig, Shaftesbury Theatre London West End, starring as Spider Woman / Aurora.
  • TV commercial for Hershey's M&M's (1995).
  • The Addams (2010).
  • Fosse (1999). Musical revue/dance.
  • Chicago (1996). Musical comedy (revival).
  • Damn Yankees (1994). Musical comedy (revival).
  • Sweet Charity (1986). Musical comedy (revival).
  • Little Me (1982). Musical comedy (revival).
  • Dancin' (1978). Musical revue.
  • A Chorus Line (1975). Musical/drama. Book by James Kirkwood Jr. and Nicholas Dante. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Ed Kleban [earliest Broadway credit]. Music orchestrated by Billy Byers [credited as Bill Byers], Hershy Kay and Jonathan Tunick. Musical Director: Don Pippin. Vocal arrangements by Don Pippin. Conceived by Michael Bennett. Choreographed by Michael Bennett. Co- Choreographer: Bob Avian. Scenic Design by Robin Wagner. Costume Design by Theoni V. Aldredge. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Sound Design by Abe Jacob. Associate to Miss Aldredge: Bill Kellard. Personal Asst. to Miss Aldredge: Paul Martino. Assistant to Miss Musser: Richard Winkler. Assistant to Mr. Jacob: David Congdon. Directed by Michael Bennett. Shubert Theatre: 25 Jul 1975- 28 Apr 1990 (6137 performances). Cast: Scott Allen (as "Roy") [Broadway Debut], Renee Baughman (as "Kristine"), Carole Bishop [changed name to Kelly Bishop during run] (as "Sheila"), Pamela Blair (as "Val"), Wayne Cilento (as "Mike"), Chuck Cissel (as "Butch"), Clive Clerk (as "Larry") [Broadway debut], Kay Cole (as "Maggie"), Ronald Dennis (as "Richie"), Donna Drake (as "Tricia") [Broadway debut], Brandt Edwards (as "Tom") [Broadway debut], Trish Garland [credited as Patricia Garland] (as "Judy"), Carolyn Kirsch (as "Lois"), Ron Kuhlman (as "Don"), Nancy Lane (as "Bebe") [Broadway debut], Baayork Lee (as "Connie"), Priscilla Lopez (as "Diana"), Robert LuPone (as "Zach"), Cameron Mason (as "Mark"), Donna McKechnie (as "Cassie"), Don Percassi (as "Al"), Michael Serrecchia (as "Frank"), Michel Stuart (as "Greg"), Thomas J. Walsh (as "Bobby"), Sammy Williams (as "Paul"), Crissy Wilzak (as "Vicki"). Understudies [note: during the show's record 15-year run literally 100's of replacement actors and understudies were utilized] included: Bebe Neuwirth (as "Cassie"), Jack Noseworthy (as "Mark"), Julie Pars (as "Judy/Kristine/Val"), Ann Reinking (as "Cassie") [from Apr 1976- ?]. Produced by Joseph Papp. Produced in association with Plum Productions Inc. Associate Producer: Bernard Gersten.
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1999) Music video for "David Duchovny" by Bree Sharp - Herself
  • (1998) She acted in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "Chicago," at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Marilu Henner, Hinton Battle, and Joel Grey in the cast. Walter Bobbie was director.

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