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Eileen T'Kaye

Eilleen T'kay has had the pleasure of performing on the Colony stage as Maxie in June Moon, Rebecca Felderman in Morning Star, Penny Sycamore in You Canít Take It With You (Drama-Logue and L.A. Weekly Performance Awards), Adelaide in Guys & Dolls, Rachel in Rags, Margo Featherway in Desire, Woman #1 in Side by Side by Sondheim and Lena Auffman in the Colony's 2000 revival of Dandelion Wine.

Eileen created the role of Linda in Mitch Giannunzio's play Rockets and Blue Lights. Other theatre credits include Sister Mary Ignatious, The Owl & The Pussycat, and Sam Harris: Out of Control at Carnegie Hall. Other roles include Trousers, Sister Mary in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All, the roles of Florence and Mickey the Cop in many productions of The Odd Couple, the Commissioner in The Feminists, and Zarova Petrova in Sam Harris: Out of Control at Carnegie Hall. She is the proud recipient of three Drama-Logue Awards and an L.A. Weekly Award for her performing work on L.A. stages. 

Her favorite screen appearances are as the Deputy Mayor of New York on The Eddie Files, and as Dragora, the evil Drake Queen, in Magic in the Mirror, and Fowl Play.  .  

She has been a guest on L.A. Law, Matlock, Murder She Wrote, Santa Barbara, and The Oldest Rookie.

Eileen is also a producer and produced Doug Motelís solo play Shiva Arms (L.A. Weekly Award for Best Solo Performance of 1998 and the Ovation Award for Best World Premiere 1999), as well as Michael Michettiís production of A Midsummer Nightís Dream, (four Ovation Awards, including Best Play 1997-Smaller Theatre, four Drama-Logue Awards, and two L.A. Weekly Awards). She produced the 1999 Ovation Awards at La Mirada Theatre. As a producer, Ms. TíKaye also presented two World Premiere solo plays: Tony Abatemarcoís Cologne at The Tiffany and Sue Gaetzmanís Blood Sugar at The Tamarind, along with general managing Bill Graham Presents, starring Ron Silver, at the Canon Theatre
 
 
 
 
 
 

8/2000