ecently Maggie originated roles in: POPULATION: 8, a new play by Nicholas Gray, directed by Marc Weitz in the NY International Fringe Festival (working with Gideon Glick of Spring Awakening); I COULDA BEEN A KENNEDY by Dennis Trainor, directed by Ted Sluberski; KERRY AND ANGIE by Gerry Sheridan, directed by Brian Cichocki, a Critic's Choice Award winning play at the 2005 Samuel French Festival; also CONJUGAL, a short film by Frank Lewallen and DomaniVision.
Other credits include: THE BIG VIG by Jason Furlani with Blue Collar Theater Co., directed by Tim Phillips; TIMES OF WAR by Eric Lane, directed by Martha Banta (Adirondack Theatre Festival); CANDLE IN THE WINDOW by Tom Gilroy, directed by Michael Imperioli (One Dream Theater); FAITH'S BODY by Gilbert Girion, directed by Tom McDermott (One Dream); CATHOLIC SCHOOL GIRLS by Casey Kurtti, directed by Burry Fredrik (the first show at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre); SKIN OF THE NIGHT written and directed by H.M.Koutoukas (La Ma Ma); VENUS' DIARY by Lynne McCullough, directed by Tom O'Horgan (La Ma Ma) and GREED FLOOD, a signature “funhouse” production (Here) also directed by Mr. O’Horgan. She played Gertrude in HAMLET directed by Tom Gilroy (New Jersey Shakespeare Festival) with Lili Taylor, Jared Harris and Richard Harris.
Feature films and television: POVERTY OUTLAW, POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA, BURNZY'S LAST CALL, THE HOUSES THAT ARE LEFT, and a guest lead on LAW & ORDER.
She is a Lifetime member of The Actors Studio.
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