Having tackled arguably the mother of all classic female theatrical roles in Hedda Gabler, Burton was primed for her turn in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival, though she takes no credit. "My biggest challenge was the enormity of that part. It was gigantic. That one was not emotionally taxing, but what was taxing was really discovering how to navigate the play," Burton explained to Playbill.com. "I have to give all the credit to my director Mark Brokaw because he really had a clear sense of how to and I felt like without him I would have been at sea."
The company of women is something Burton is not only used to, but in fact, enjoyed during her run. "It's always interesting to hear the audiences reactions. We get different reactions at the matinee than we do at the evenings. With The Constant Wife, because it was such a female show, the matinees were just delicious because our lovely older ladies had a deep appreciation for The Constant Wife. It's a play that really sings to a woman."