Kate Burton

Kate Burton

Performer
  • Born: Sep 10, 1957 in Geneva, Switzerland

Roles (17)

Present Laughter Playbill - Opening Night Present Laughter (2017)
Opened Apr 5, 2017
  • as Liz Essendine (Original)
Present Laughter - Opening Night
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The 63rd Annual Tony Awards - June 7, 2009 The 63rd Annual Tony Awards - 2009 (2009)
Opened Jun 7, 2009
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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Spring Awakening Playbill - Opening Night Spring Awakening (2006)
Opened Dec 10, 2006
  • as The Adult Women (Replacement)
  • Dec 21, 2007 - Mar 2, 2008
Production Placeholder The 24 Hour Plays 2005 (2005)
Opened Oct 24, 2005
  • as Kate (Original)
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The Constant Wife Playbill - Opening Night The Constant Wife (2005)
Opened Jun 16, 2005
  • as Constance Middleton (Original)
The Constant Wife - June 27, 2005
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Elephant Man Playbill - Opening Night The Elephant Man (2002)
Opened Apr 14, 2002
  • as Pinhead (Original)
  • as Mrs. Kendal (Original)
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Hedda Gabler Playbill - Opening Night Hedda Gabler (2001)
Opened Oct 4, 2001
  • as Hedda Tesman (Original)
Hedda Gabler - Opening Night
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Beauty Queen of Leenane Playbill - Opening Night The Beauty Queen of Leenane (1998)
Opened Apr 23, 1998
  • as Maureen Folan (Replacement)
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An American Daughter Playbill - March 1997 An American Daughter (1997)
Opened Apr 13, 1997
  • as Lyssa Dent Hughes (Replacement)
An American Daughter
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Company Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1995 Company (1995)
Opened Oct 5, 1995
  • as Sarah (Original)
Company - Oct 1995
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1990 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Some Americans Abroad Nominee
Drama League
2017 Distinguished Performance Present Laughter Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
2002 Outstanding Actress in a Play Hedda Gabler Nominee
Theatre World Awards
1983 Theatre World Award Alice in Wonderland Winner
Tony Award
2006 Best Actress in a Play The Constant Wife Nominee
2002 Best Actress in a Play Hedda Gabler Nominee
2002 Best Featured Actress in a Play The Elephant Man Nominee

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