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Judith Hawking

 

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
1997
Marfusha Babakina

Photos

Edward James Hyland, Judith Hawking Photo

Edward James Hyland, Judith Hawking

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05/12/2016
Edward James Hyland, Judith Hawking, John FitzGibbon, Rob Maitner Photo

Edward James Hyland, Judith Hawking, John FitzGibbon, Rob Maitner

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Date:
05/12/2016
Jessica DiGiovanni, Judith Hawking Photo

Jessica DiGiovanni, Judith Hawking

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05/12/2016
Jacob A. Ware, Gregory Haney, Judith Hawking, Layla Khoshnoudi Photo

Jacob A. Ware, Gregory Haney, Judith Hawking, Layla Khoshnoudi

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08/13/2015
Jacob A. Ware, Judith Hawking, Layla Khoshnoudi Photo

Jacob A. Ware, Judith Hawking, Layla Khoshnoudi

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08/13/2015

 

Stage

Performances
  [Broadway]
1997
Marfusha Babakina


Judith Hawking Awards and Nominations

 
IT Awards - 2007 - Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role
Judith HawkingWest Moon Street
 
Helen Hayes Awards - 1999 - Outstanding Lead Actress, Resident Play
Judith HawkingLovers and Executioners

Judith Hawking News

BWW Review: Jonathan Leaf Explores The Roots Of Second Wave Feminism With Singular Ar Photo BWW Review: Jonathan Leaf Explores The Roots Of Second Wave Feminism With Singular Artistry and Rigor in THE FIGHT
by Victoria Ordin - Nov 10, 2017

The very title of THE FIGHT encourages us to imagine the rivalry between Phyllis Feinberg (Fleur Alys Dobbins) and Doris Marguiles (Judith Hawking)--obviously fictional names for Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan---in pugilistic terms.Deftly directed by Peter Dobbins, artistic director for the Storm Theater Company (which is currently in its twentieth season), Leaf's meticulously researched play explores the ideological and personal conflicts within Second Wave feminism, taking the 1973 meeting of the National Woman's Caucus in Houston as its dramatic focal point. Like his last work, Deconstruction, THE FIGHT is part-mystery and part-intellectual history. Profiled as an 'up and coming playwright' and compared to Saul Bellow in Timeout New York, Leaf's signature is the sustained, careful exposition of concepts and characters through sharp, witty, realistic dialogue. One thinks of George Eliot's line in Daniel Deronda's Book II: 'The moment of finding a fellow-creature is often as full of mingled doubt and exultation as the moment of finding an idea.' Leaf's plays are cerebral yet full of emotion, 'mingl ing ' ideas with with their messy human manifestations in ways Eliot, an irreducibly philosophical novelist, would approve.

Jonathan Leaf's New Play on Modern Feminism THE FIGHT Starts Tonight Photo Jonathan Leaf's New Play on Modern Feminism THE FIGHT Starts Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2017

The Storm Theatre Company, under the Artistic Direction of Peter Dobbins, will present THE FIGHT, a timely and relevant new play about the battles of modern feminism, written by Jonathan Leaf and directed by Mr. Dobbins, tonight, October 26th, through November 18th at Grand Hall (440 Grand Street).

Storm Theatre to Stage Jonathan Leaf's New Play on Modern Feminism THE FIGHT Photo Storm Theatre to Stage Jonathan Leaf's New Play on Modern Feminism THE FIGHT
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2017

The Storm Theatre Company, under the Artistic Direction of Peter Dobbins, will present THE FIGHT, a timely and relevant new play about the battles of modern feminism, written by Jonathan Leaf and directed by Mr. Dobbins, October 26th through November 18th at Grand Hall (440 Grand Street).

THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars- A BETTER PLACE's Judith Hawking
by Nicole Rosky - May 13, 2016

In this week's edition, we caught up with Judith Hawking, who stars as 'Mary' in A BETTER PLACE, currently in previews at The Duke on 42nd Street.

Photo Flash: First Look at Wendy Beckett's A BETTER PLACE at The Duke on 42nd Street
by Tyler Peterson - May 12, 2016

The world premiere limited engagement of¬†A Better Place, a new work by playwright¬†Wendy Beckett¬†(Anais Nin: One Of Her Lives, A Charity Case) and directed by¬†Evan Bergman¬†(Jericho), is now in previews and will open Sunday, May 15 at¬†The Duke on 42nd¬†Street,¬†a NEW 42ND STREET¬ģ¬†project (229 West 42nd¬†Street, between 7th¬†and 8th¬†Avenues).¬†Performances began on Thursday, May 5.

World Premiere of Wendy Beckett's A BETTER PLACE Pushes Back First Performance at The Duke on 42nd Street
by Tyler Peterson - May 3, 2016

The world premiere limited engagement of A Better Place, a new work by playwright Wendy Beckett (Anais Nin: One Of Her Lives, A Charity Case) and directed by Evan Bergman (Jericho), is now set to begin performances Thursday, May 5 in advance of a Sunday, May 15 opening night at The Duke on 42nd Street, a NEW 42ND STREET project (229 West 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues).

Rehearsals Now Underway for A BETTER PLACE at The Duke on 42nd Street
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 31, 2016

Rehearsals began this week for the world premiere limited engagement of A Better Place, a new work by playwright Wendy Beckett (Anais Nin: One Of Her Lives, A Charity Case) and directed by Evan Bergman (Jericho), beginning performances Wednesday, May 4 and opening Sunday, May 15 at The Duke on 42nd Street, a NEW 42ND STREET project (229 West 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues).

Full Cast Set for Wendy Beckett's A BETTER PLACE at The Duke on 42nd Street
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 10, 2016

The Directors Company, in association with Pascal Productions, has announced full casting for the world premiere limited engagement of A Better Place, a new work by playwright Wendy Beckett (Anais Nin: One Of Her Lives, A Charity Case) and directed by Evan Bergman (Jericho).

BWW Review: NOBODYS GIRL at NJ Rep is an Excellent Satirical Play
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 25, 2015

See 'Nobody's Girl' through September 20th. This fascinating satire by Rick Viede is directed by Erica Gould and features an excellent cast.

Photo Flash: First Look at New Jersey Repertory Company's NOBODY'S GIRL
by Nora Dominick - Aug 13, 2015

New Jersey Repertory Company, located at 179 Broadway in Long Branch, is proud to announce the U.S. Premiere of Nobody's Girl by Australian Playwright Rick Viede.


Judith Hawking Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Judith Hawking been in?
Judith Hawking has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

How many West End shows has Judith Hawking been in?
Judith Hawking has not appeared in the West End

What awards has Judith Hawking been nominated for?
Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role (IT Awards) for West Moon Street and Outstanding Lead Actress, Resident Play (Helen Hayes Awards) for Lovers and Executioners .