DEE ANN NEWKIRK
(Sidney, Family Planning
) is doubly excited to be returning to The Colony, where she first appeared as multiple characters in Almost, Maine
as well as to once again be under the wonderful direction of Cameron
Watson, who originally directed her as daughter Alice, opposite Philip
Baker Hall, in Robert Anderson’s I Never Sang For My Father
at The New American Theatre.
Dee Ann recently played Frankie in Frankie and Johnny
in the Clair de Lune and Tekla in August Strindberg’s The Creditors
at Santa Barbara Ensemble. Other recent LA Theatre credits include Beth in Dinner With Friends
at Theatre 40 and Carol in Michael O’Malley’s Diverting Devotion
On Broadway, she understudied in the Roundabout Theatre’s production of A Month in the Country
with Helen Mirren, F. Murray Abraham, and Jennifer Garner, and has
performed in numerous Off- and Off-Off-Broadway plays, including
various roles at The Barrow Group.
Regionally, she has appeared on various stages across the country including One Foot on the Floor
(World Premiere, Denver Center Theatre Company), The Nerd
(Colonial Theatre), and Machinal
(Two Rivers Theatre Co.).