Lizbeth MacKay

Lizbeth MacKay

Performer
  • Born: Mar 7, 1947 in Buffalo, New York

Roles (15)

cover The Humans (2016)
Opened Feb 18, 2016
  • as Deirdre Blake (Understudy - Original)
The Humans - Opening Night
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Picnic Playbill - Opening Night Picnic (2013)
Opened Jan 13, 2013
  • as Mrs. Potts' Mother (Original)
  • as Mrs. Potts (Understudy - Original)
  • as Flo Owens (Understudy - Original)
  • as Irma Kronkite (Understudy - Original)
Picnic - Opening Night
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<i>All My Sons</i> Playbill - Opening Night All My Sons (2008)
Opened Oct 16, 2008
  • as Neighbor (Original)
  • as Sue Bayliss (Understudy - Original)
  • as Kate Keller (Understudy - Original)
All My Sons - Opening
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Price Playbill - Opening Night The Price (1999)
Opened Nov 15, 1999
  • as Esther Franz (Original)
The Price - Opening Night
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The Heiress Playbill - March 1995 The Heiress (1995)
Opened Mar 9, 1995
  • as Mrs. Montgomery (Original)
The Heiress - Opening Night
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Abe Lincoln in Illinois Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1993 Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1993)
Opened Nov 29, 1993
  • as Mary Todd (Original)
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Death and the Maiden Playbill - Opening Night, March 1992 Death and the Maiden (1992)
Opened Mar 17, 1992
  • as Paulina Salas (Standby - Original)
Death and the Maiden - Opening Night
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Play Memory Playbill - April 1984 Play Memory (1984)
Opened Apr 26, 1984
  • as Jean MacMillan (Standby - Original)
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Crimes of the Heart Playbill - Nov 1981 Crimes of the Heart (1981)
Opened Nov 4, 1981
  • as Lenny MaGrath (Original)
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Othello Playbill - Sept 1970 Othello (1970)
Opened Sep 14, 1970
  • as Ensemble (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2015 Outstanding Ensemble Performance Wayside Motor Inn, The Winner
Outer Critics Circle
2000 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play The Price Nominee
1982 Outstanding Debut Performance Crimes of the Heart Winner
Theatre World Awards
1982 Theatre World Award Crimes of the Heart Winner

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