Micki Grant remains a multi-talented actress/singer/author/composer who began her theatrical career in a group known as the Center Aisle Players. She is the author/composer of the award-winning musical "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope" in which she also starred. She made her Broadway debut as the ingenue in noted poet/playright Langston Hughes' "Tambourines to Glory". Ms. Grant has appeared in numerous plays and musicals, on Broadway and in regional theatre, such as "To Be Young, Gifted and Black", "Brecht on Brecht", "The Cradle Will Rock", Leonard Bernstein's "Theatre Songs", and "Funnyhouse of a Negro" among them. Read more... she has been both lyricist and composer, the most notable, arguably, were "Your Arms Too Short To Box With God" and "Working" which was adapted from Stud Terkel's book of the same name. She has been the recipient of Grammy, Drama Desk, NAACP Image, Outer Critics' Circle, and Obie awards. She performed throughout the country in the mid-1990s as "Sadie Delaney" in the stage play "Having Our Say: The Delaney Sisters' First 100 Years". An enduring and remarkable talent, she additionally has historical significance, having been one of the first Black daytime contract players on network television with running performances on soap operas "The Edge of Night", "Guiding Light", and a seven year run as attorney "Peggy Nolan" on NBC's "Another World".
Character: Actress playing Sadie on Broadway
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years 1999