- Play Memory (1984).
- Open Admissions (1984). Drama. Written by Shirley Lauro. Directed by Elinor Renfield. Music Box Theatre: 29 Jan 1984- 12 Feb 1984 (17 performances + 7 performance that began on 24 Jan 1984). Cast: Calvin Levels (as "Calvin Jefferson"), Marilyn Rockafellow (as "Ginny Carlsen"), Nan-Lyn Nelson (as "Salina Jones, Calvin's sister"), Pam Potillo (as "Georgia Jones, Calvin's niece"), Sloane Shelton (as "Professor Clare Block"), Maura Erin Sullivan (as "Cathy Carlsen, Ginny's daughter"), Vincent D'Onofrio (as "Nick Rizzoli"), Una Kim (as "Kitty Shim") [Broadway debut], Evan Miranda (as "Juan Rivera"), CCH Pounder (as "Mrs. Brewster") [Broadway debut], Kevin Tighe (as "Peter Carlsen, Ginny's husband"). Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).
- Clothes for a Summer Hotel (1980). Drama.
- Active on Broadway in the following productions:
- (November 1 to 24, 1984) She played 1st Actress in A.R. Gurney Jr's play, "The Dining Room," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with William Verderber (2nd Actor); Peter Zapp (3rd Actor); Ellen Mareneck (3rd Actress); Frederic Major (1st Actor) and Lee Anne Fahey (2nd Actress) in the cast. Thomas Bullard was director.
- (February 19 to March 30, 1985) She played Marguerite in Heather McDonald's play, "Available Light," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Rob Knepper (Pierre Riviere); Wanda Bimson (Victoire Riviere); Bob Burrus (Daniel Riviere); Melody Combs (Clothilde Riviere); Walter Atamaniuk (Adrien Postel); Michael Kevin (Dr. Gabriel Fortin); Dana Mills (Robert); Ray Fry (Father Suiriray); Christian Kauffmann (Jules); Larry Larson (Jacques); Robert Foster (Eric); Patricia Frontain (Anne); Annemarie Potter (Beatrice) and Joe McCullough (Charles) in the cast. Julian Webber was director.
- (February 19 to March 30, 1985) She played Elise in J.F. O'Keefe's play, "Ride the Dark Horse," in a Humana Foundation Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Melody Combs (Dierdra); Steven McCloskey (Joel); Zoe Jackson (Lennie); Walter Atmaniuk (Matt); Frederic Major (Jacob); Steve Decker (Carl) and Andy Backer (Dr. Bannerman) in the cast. Robert Spera was director.
- (February 18 to March 22, 1987) She played Elaine in Mayo Simon's play, "Elaine's Daughter," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Jill Holden (Beth); David Bottrell (Tom); Andy Backer (Gus) and Nick Bakay (Eliot) in the cast. Jules Aaron was director.
- (March 21, 1987) She played Old Farm Woman, Henry County, and Second Farm Woman, Henry County in Julie Crutcher and Vaughn McBride adaptation of Mary Jennings and Andrew Stahl's interviews for the staged reading, "Digging In: The Farm Crisis in Kentucky," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Doug Hutchison (Young Future Farmer of America); Jonathan Bolt (Old Farmer, Christian County); Adale O'Brien (Old Farm Woman, Hart County); Suzanna Hay (Old Farm Woman, Butler County; Farm Woman, Christian County); Dana Mills (Old Farmer, Henry County; Congressional Agriculture Advisor, Banker); Patrick Husted (Farmer, McCraken County); Steve Hofvendahl (Farmer, Caldwell County); Adam LeFevre (Farmer, Butler County); Frederic Major (Radio Station Farm Reporter/Sheriff) and Andy Backer (Farmer, Christian County) in the cast. Larry Deckel was director.