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Barbara Passolt appeared in the premiere production of the Colony Theatre at Burbank Center StageDandelion Wine. She was twice nominated forTheatre L.A. Ovation Awards for her performances in Putting it Together(Garland Award Winner) and City of Angels, and won raves from L.A. critics for her portrayal of Lily Garland in On the Twentieth Century. Barbara also appeared in Late Night productions Why Me…Why Not You? and No Soap, and directed Faces of Seduction

Recently, Barbara enjoyed reprising her role, Oolie/Donna, in a special concert version of City of Angels, overseen by Larry Gelbart, David Zippel and Cy Coleman at The McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert.  She played Cora Hoover Hooper in Anyone Can Whistle at The Matrix, created the role of Joanne in Laguna Playhouse’s World Premiere Who’s Hot / Who’s Not,and received accolades as “The Actress” in the West Coast Premiere of Enter The Guardsman. She dazzled both Houston and Seattle as Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls (photo, right), rocked the Tiffany Theatre as Amy in The Last Session, played Grace Farrell in AMTSJ’s Annie,and portrayed numerous movie musical stars in Hollywood's Heyday at a special benefit for The Moonlight Amphitheatre in Vista.National Tours include Into The Woods, Me & My Girl, and Annie,and the Los Angeles premiere of City of AngelsBarbara directed the World Premiere of Shadow Hour at the Stella Adler Theatre in L.A.Among Barbara’s television and film credits:24, General Hospital, L.A. Law, The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show, In Living Color, and Martha's Bakery, winner of the platinum award at the Houston film Festival.

She volunteers for Recording For The Blind and Dyslexic, has numerous credits as a studio singer and voice-over actress and is a frequent Cantor for St. Agatha's, Christ The King, and Hope Lutheran Churches.

Love to all, and Thanks to God.
 
 
 
 

9/2003