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Constance McCord

Constance McCord Constance McCord directed Beckett´s Waiting for Godot at the 28 th Street Theatre in Manhattan about which reviewer Jerry Tallmer wrote, "This is a production that does honor to Beckett." Other New York City credits include Dolores and Face Divided (E.A. Baker), Ruffian on the Stair (Orton), Night (Pinter), My Sister´s Keeper (D. Pearl), Chicken Tawk (Clements), Still in Love (Peters/Kowalski) and Victoria´s Secret and Extra Curricular Activities (Shelagh Ratner). Regional credits include A Room of One´s Own (Woolf), Parallel Lives (Coyle/Maxwell), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Williams), Lost in Yonkers (Simon) and Who´s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Albee). McCord also enjoys teaching acting and directing workshops at schools including Rutgers University, Cornell University, Southern Methodist University, The University of Nebraska and Old Dominion University, as well as at the Midwest Entertainment Industry Conference.