Photos with Angelina Fiordellisi
BiographyDetroit, Michigan, USA
Angelina Fiordellisi (Mrs. Kitrich) has acted on Broadway, Off-Broadway, National Tours and in every venue imaginable across the country in about 50 plays. Some of the highlights include Zorba with Anthony Quinn, Annie with Kathleen Freeman, Nunsense, Man of La Mancha, Private Lives (best actress award, Detroit Free Press), Blithe Spirit, Tamara, What The Butler Saw, The Great White Hope, Savage In Limbo , The Gravity of Honey (best actress award, Detroit Free Press, best play nomination, Dublin Theater Festival and best actress nomination, Carbonell Award). Read more... Where The Heart Is with Natalie Portman, Walker Payne with Jason Patrick, soon to be released Big Stone Gap with Ashley Judd, Out Of Darkness with Diana Ross, Delusion with Jerry Orbach and Word of Honor with Karl Malden. Ms. Fiordellisi's television credits include Law & Order, LA Law, Star Trek: TNG, The Cosby Show, Roseanne, Thunder Alley, The Kennedy Center Honors Program and The New Munsters. Angelina owns and runs the historic Cherry Lane Theatre, currently celebrating it's 90th Anniversary in Greenwich Village. She founded the Cherry Lane Alternative, a not for profit organization that produces the work of emerging and established playwrights, as well as re-imagined Off-Broadway classics from the Cherry Lane cannon; 75 productions to date. She has created a number of new play development programs including the Obie Award-winning Mentor Project, now in its 17th season, which launched Katori Hall and Rajiv Joseph to name a few. On Broadway, she won her first Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critic's Circle and Drama League awards last season for producing the revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff starring Tracy Letts and Amy Morton and a Drama Desk award for producing Will Eno's The Realistic Joneses starring Tony Collette, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts and Marissa Tomei this season. Her most valued credits are Wife and Lover, by Matt Williams and Mater, by Matisse and Fred Williams.