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Carole’s career highlights include long runs in three Off-Broadway hits, an OBIE award for playing a man, standing by for Dame Diana Rigg with the National Theatre of Great Britain, playing a vampire with Charles Busch’s Theatre in Limbo, performances in two separate one-woman plays (one as the cosmopolitan fashion and trend-setter Diana Vreeland and the other as an 87-year-old woman in a small Southern town).  She was one of the seven Women of Corinth in Euripedes’ Greek tragedy, Medea, and one of the four gents in the first play ever directed by Tommy Tune. 


She has read plays by and for both Edward Albee and Vaclav Havel, along with many other playwrights both known and as-yet-undiscovered.  She has acted in regional theatres in twenty-three states, appeared in about a dozen commercials, a couple of “soaps” and several films.  She is a member of The 9th Floor, a founding member of Abingdon Theatre Company and a member of The Actors Center.  She can saddle up and go full gallop on a horse and thinks it’s all been a pretty good ride so far.  



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