Susan Pellegrino

Birth Place: Baltimore, MD, USA

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Susan Pellegrino STAGE CREDITS

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2008
Nurse (Standby)

Dora Strang (Standby)

[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2007
Ensemble

Leah (Understudy)

Mrs. Boyle (Understudy)

Aunt Dorothy (Understudy)

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2002
Mary McCarthy (Standby)

Lillian Hellman (Standby)

[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Revival, 1998
Lily Miller (Understudy)

Essie Miller (Understudy)

[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 1997
Ensemble [Replacement]

Beatrice (Understudy) [Replacement]

[Broadway]
1996
Lady Saltburn (Understudy)

Monica Reed (Understudy)

Miss Erikson (Understudy)

[Broadway]
1993
Ensemble

Star Rowen (1792) (Understudy)

Julia Anne Talbert (1861) (Understudy)

Star (1819) (Understudy)

Mother Jones (Understudy)

Morning Star (1776) (Understudy)

Mary Anne Rowen Jackson (1920) (Understudy)

Mary Anne Rowen (older) (1890) (Understudy)

Margaret Rowen (1954) (Understudy)

Joleen Rowen (1861) (Understudy)

Lallie Rowen (1890) (Understudy)

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1992
Ensemble

Catherine Forrest (Understudy)

Agnes Robertson (Understudy)

Mrs. Pope (Understudy)


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Photo Coverage: GRAND HORIZONS Celebrates Opening Night on Broadway!

The Hayes theatre was hoppin' last night as Grand Horizons officially opened on Broadway.  Written by Bess Wohl and directed by Leigh Silverman, GRAND HORIZONS stars Jane Alexander (Nancy), James Cromwell (Bill), Priscilla Lopez (Carla), Ben McKenzie (Ben), Maulik Pancholy (Tommy), Ashley Park (Jess), and Michael Urie (Brian).

Reed Birney And Annaleigh Ashford Appear On Stage as Part of Urban Stages 30 Year Retrospective

The Urban Stages' Retrospective (October 11- November 10) will feature ten plays from the past three decades. In addition, there will be a special musical evening celebrating selections from past Urban Stages' musicals on November 5 and two family-friendly shows that have toured schools and libraries via Urban Stages' Outreach.

BWW Review: RELATIVITY by Mark St. Germain at Penguin Repertory Theatre

BWW Review: 'RELATIVITY' BY MARK ST. GERMAIN at Penguin Repertory Theatre

Photo Flash: RELATIVITY At Penguin Rep Theatre Opens Friday

Penguin Rep Theatre, the award-winning professional Equity theatre under the leadership of founding artistic director Joe Brancato and executive director Andrew M. Horn, opens its 41st season with the New York premiere of Relativity, a new play by Mark St. Germain about Albert Einstein, the most famous scientist who ever lived, beginning Friday, May 18.

BWW Review: APPOGGIATURA Explores Love and Grief in Venice at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

Music and plot are so closely intertwined in Appoggiatura, that you can't mention one without the other. Even the title reflects this, it means: a grace note performed before a note of the melody and falling on the beat. The play, part of a trilogy written by playwright-in-residence James Still, follows three travelers on a sojourn through lovely Venice. On their journey they wander the canals finding pieces of their hearts as they go. The city feels like one of the main characters in the story. As one actor notes, 'Venice is as old and broken as the rest of us.'.

Upcoming Readings And Spring Production at Hudson Stage Announced!

HSC proudly announces the February 10th staged reading of TWO HENRYS by Kenneth Jones, directed by Scott Alan Evans, featuring HSC alum actress Susan Pellegrino, James Lloyd Reynolds and Finnerty Steeves. ???????

BWW Review: YOU WILL REMEMBER ME at Hudson Stage Company

It is a story that, sadly, continues to be written and experienced. A family affected by debilitating illness.

Photo Flash: YOU WILL REMEMBER ME Prepares for its US Debut

Edouard's world is slowly changing. The highly respected professor, political figure and ladies' man can recite famous historical dates but can't remember what he ate for breakfast. When a suppressed memory springs to life in the form of a cell phone-obsessed young girl he confuses for a lost family member, he gets a chance to reinvent the past and heal old wounds. YOU WILL REMEMBER ME is a  story about family, memory, and connection.

Tickets on Sale Now for YOU WILL REMEMBER ME - this Fall

Hudson Theatre Company present the American premiere of Francois Archambault's You Will Remember Me (translated by Bobby Theodore). Edouard's world is slowly changing. The highly respected professor, political figure and ladies' man can recite famous historical dates but can't remember what he ate for breakfast. When a suppressed memory springs to life in the form of a cell phone-obsessed young girl he confuses for a lost family member, he gets a chance to reinvent the past and heal old wounds. A touching and refreshingly funny story about family, memory, and connection.

PTC to Continue Play-By-Play Series with TWO HENRYS

Pioneer Theatre Company presents Two Henrys, the second installment of PTC's play reading series called Play-By-Play. Two Henrys by Kenneth Jones runs February 5 and 6, 2016. PTC Artistic Director Karen Azenberg directs the production.

Photo Flash: First Look at Off-Broadway's THE HUMMINGBIRD'S TOUR

On Your Way Productions is pleased to present a first look at the Off-Broadway premiere of Margaret Dulaney's THE HUMMINGBIRD'S TOUR, directed by John Augustine. The limited engagement is currently in previews and continues through Sunday, November 22th, 2015. Official opening night is Monday, October 26th at 7:00 pm. THE HUMMINGBIRD'S TOUR performs at the Theatre at St. Clement's (423 W. 46th Street, New York, NY 10036). BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

BWW News: St. Louis Theatre Circle Announces Nominees for 2014

New Line Theatre's production of BONNIE & CLYDE tied with Stages St. Louis' rendition of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING with nine nominations apiece for the St. Louis Theater Circle Awards to lead nominations for all shows produced by local professional theater companies in 2014.

BWW Reviews: The Rep's Thoroughly Engaging A KID LIKE JAKE

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis open their Studio Theatre season with playwright Daniel Pearle's A KID LIKE JAKE, a layered and contemporary look at issues of gender identification as seen through the eyes of a pair of concerned parents, who are conflicted in their feelings about the dress up roles their preschool age son is drawn toward. It's an engaging and, in many ways, touching and sensitive production that's sure to spark a lot of positive conversation about the subject, and that makes it important enough in and of itself, but its also a work that makes you really care about these characters in a very raw and emotional way that is quite unexpected.

A KID LIKE JAKE Opens The Rep's 2014-15 Studio Theatre Series Tonight

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis opens the 2014-2015 Studio Theatre series with A Kid Like Jake Jake by Daniel Pearle and directed by Seth Gordon. This moving production will be performed in the Emerson Studio Theatre of the Loretto-Hilton center for the Performing Arts, 130 Edgar Road (on the campus of Webster University), Webster Groves, today, October 29-November 16, 2014.

A KID LIKE JAKE to Open The Rep's 2014-15 Studio Theatre Series, 10/29-11/16

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis opens the 2014-2015 Studio Theatre series with A Kid Like Jake Jake by Daniel Pearle and directed by Seth Gordon. This moving production will be performed in the Emerson Studio Theatre of the Loretto-Hilton center for the Performing Arts, 130 Edgar Road (on the campus of Webster University), Webster Groves, October 29-November 16, 2014.

Penguin Rep Theatre Begins Season with THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION Tonight

Penguin Rep Theatre's 2014 season officially begins tonight, May 16, 2013, with The Savannah Disputation, written by Evan Smith and directed by Mark Shanahan.

Penguin Rep Theatre Begins Season with THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION, 5/16-6/8

Penguin Rep Theatre's 2014 season officially begins May 16, 2013, with The Savannah Disputation, written by Evan Smith and directed by Mark Shanahan.

BWW Review: Ah, Yes, I Remember It Well

Merrimack Repertory Theatre presents Kathleen Tolan's MEMORY HOUSE, a sweet play about a highly-charged emotional evening. An age-old tug of war is taking place between a divorced mother and her adopted teenage daughter as the latter struggles to complete her college application essay before the midnight deadline. Their journey down a slippery slope of family memories will cause some emotional bumps and bruises along the way, but ultimately take them to the place where they both need to be.

'Prelude to a Kiss' Set for Final Week of Performances

Roundabout Theatre Company's (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) limited engagement of Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss is set to play its final performance on Sunday, April 29, at 2:00 PM. The production stars John Mahoney (Old Man), Annie Parisse (Rita) and Alan Tudyk (Peter) with Robin Bartlett (Mrs. Boyle) and James Rebhorn (Dr. Boyle), and runs at American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd St).

Walter Charles Stars in New Play After All, 4/28-5/13

Hudson Stage will present a staged reading of After All, a new play by Gina Barnett starring Walter Charles, at the Woodward Hall Theatre at Pace University from April 28th through May 13th

Susan Pellegrino FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Susan Pellegrino has appeared on Broadway in 8 shows.

Susan Pellegrino has not appeared in the West End.

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