Recently on Broadway
in the 2010
Tony Award Winning La Cage aux Folles
Cheryl played The Old Lady
at Huntington Theatre's production of Candide
Cheryl played Jack's Mother
Into the Woods
Baltimore Center Stage
Broadway veteran actress and Jonathan Larson Award-winning writer, Cheryl just received critical acclaim Off Broadway for her new solo show, Shoes and Baggage, with music by Tom Kochan
Cheryl's Broadway credits include the 2010 Tony Award Winning revival of La Cage Aux Folles, starring Kelsey Grammer, The Women with Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Tilly and Kristen Johnston, (Roundabout; filmed for PBS) and Laughing Room Only. Cheryl was also featured in Fiorello at Encores/NY City Center and in Candide at NY City Opera.
Off Broadway, Cheryl starred as Claire in the Transport Group production of Being Audrey, as Alice B' Toklas in 27 Rue de Fleurus and won critical acclaim as Mamie Eisenhower in the Drama Desk nominated First Lady Suite . Other Off Broadway credits include, City of at Playwrights Realm, A Letter To Harvey Milk, Requiem for William, I Love You,You're Perfect, Game Show, That's Life! and The Immigrant.
Cheryl has appeared in National Tours of La Cage Aux Folles (Mme. Dindon), Les Miserables, Grand Night For Singing, Evita and Fiddler On The Roof.
Recent regional credits include Sue in Bells Are Ringing at Berkshire Theatre Group, Yente in Fiddler at Goodspeed, Jack's Mother in Into The Woods at Baltimore Center Stage/ Westport Playhouse and The Old Lady in Mary Zimmerman's acclaimed production of Candide at the Huntington (IRNE Award- Best Supporting Actress).
TV credits include Unforgettable, Law and Order-Criminal Intent, Sondheim; a Celebration at Carnegie Hall (PBS), Guiding Light, All My Children and As the World Turns. Films include Brooklyn Lobster with Jane Curtin and Danny Aiello and This is Where I Leave You starring Jane Fonda, Tina Fey and Jason Bateman. Cheryl is a graduate of Northwestern University.