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Her newest play, Only Angels, is in development in New York. Broadway – "Moonchildren," "All Over Town," "Watch on The Rhine," "Summer Brave" and "Onward Victoria." Off Broadway – "Uncommon Women and Others," "Eccentricities of A Nightingale," "Save Grand Central," "Life Under Water"(Obie Award), "Lemon Sky" (Obie Award), "A Picasso," "Enter Laughing – the Musical," "The Kid," (Drama Desk nomination), "Be A Good Little Widow," and "Jericho" directed by Evan Bergman. Law" – 8 seasons – (5 Emmy nominations and 1 Golden Globe Award), "Chantilly Lace," "An Inconvenient Woman," "Judging Amy," "Law and Order," "Body of Proof."John Lombardi received his B. in Theatre from Roger Williams University, and his M. in Speech and Theatre from Montclair State University.
Her screenplays include Spot, an animated/live action script co-written with Elizabeth Rose, The Heart of the Matter and Acting in Concert, co-written with Anna Littles. Michael's books -- non-fiction: I NEVER FORGET A MEAL, LIVING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE, FAMILY MEALS. Film – "Between The Lines," "Butch and Sundance," "Arthur," "Rich Kids," "Hide in Plain Sight," "The Manhattan Project," "Something Borrowed," and "Young Adult" with Charlize Theron. Regional credits include Garfinkle in Other People's Money, Matt in Talley's Folly, Carew in Dr. Hyde and Peter Quince in A Midsummer's Night Dream.
Dan returned to Broadway in the 2013 & 2014 holiday season with the production of the Tony nominated; A CHRISTMAS STORY: The Musical was directed by John Rando.
For NJ Rep Dan wrote and starred in DINNER WITH THE BOYS which later moved to Off-Broadway.
Her screen work includes Hits, (directed by David Cross, Sundance Film Festival 2014,) TV shows, ER, Murder One, Wonder Years, and recurring with Mark Harmon on Reasonable Doubts.
Her Los Angeles work garnered Dramalogue and Garland Awards.
Christine performs 120 concerts per year, a career that continues to take her all over the US, Canada and Australia.
Marnie's played leading ladies (Camelot, The Killing of Sister George, The Glass Menagerie) and originated roles in play premieres.
In her free time Christine writes essays and articles (The Washington Post, The St.
Petersburg Times, Delta "Sky" Magazine, The Performing Songwriter Magazine) and was the host and now guest host for the popular "Sunday Breakfast" radio program on WFUV, 90.7, public radio from Fordham University in New York City.
In film she is best known for her role in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? North, The Night We Never Met, Billy Bathgate, The Gardener and Let it Be You.
She has performed her one-woman show To Heaven in a Swing, The Last Day in the Life of Louisa May Alcot in New York at the American Place Theatre, York Theatre and Barnard College, as well as in Houston, Amherst, Ivoryton Playhouse, Orchard House in Concord and various other regional theatres.
On television she was Nabby Adams in the award-winning Adams' Chronicles.