Jane Alexander, Honour
Ms. Alexander won a Tony Award for The Great White Hope and received five other Tony nominations. She has appeared in over 40 television and feature films, receiving an Emmy Award for "Playing for Time" plus four Emmy nominations and four Academy Award nominations. Ms. Alexander was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 1995.
Allison Janney, A View From the Bridge
Ms. Janney appeared on Broadway in Present Laughter and Off-Broadway in Blue Window, New England and Bad Habits, among others. Regionally she's been seen at the Bay Street Theatre, Williamstown and The Kennedy Center. Ms. Janney's recent film appearances include Ice Storm, Big Night, Primary Colors and The Object of My Affection and her television credits are numerous.
Geraldine McEwan, The Chairs
Ms. McEwan is one of England's most acclaimed actresses. She has won two Evening Standard Best Actress Awards, appearing in over 40 productions at London' s RSC and the Royal National Theatre and in the West End. She has also worked as a theatre director. Ms. McEwan's film and television appearances have earned her awards and rave reviews.
Marie Mullen, The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Ms, Mullen is a founding member of Druid Theatre Company where she has appeared in over 11 productions including the original production of The Beauty Queen of Leenane. She has also performed at other Irish theatres and at London's RSC in King Lear. Ms. Mullen can currently be seen in the film The Butcher Boys.