Kate Burton appeared in the Huntington's productions of The Corn is Green (also at WTF), The Cherry Orchard, and Hedda Gabler, all directed by Nicholas Martin, and Aristocrats. She appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning musical Spring Awakening and in the City Center revival of Applause with Christine Ebersole. Ms. Burton received a Tony Award nomination for appearing as the title character in The Constant Wife for the Roundabout Theatre Company (dir. Mark Brokaw) and appeared in The Water’s Edge at Second Stage Theatre. She appeared as Olga in the critically-acclaimed West End production of Three Sisters with Kristen Scott Thomas and directed by Michael Blakemore. Ms. Burton received two Tony Award nominations in 2002 for her turns in the title role in Hedda Gabler (directed by Nicholas Martin) and Mrs. Kendall in The Elephant Man (directed by Sean Mathias). She also starred on Broadway in The Beauty Queen of Leenane (also U.K./Ireland tour), An American Daughter, Jake’s Women, Some Americans Abroad (Drama Desk nomination), and Present Laughter (Theater World Award). Ms. Burton has appeared for thirteen seasons at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Her film credits include Max Payne, What Just Happened, Celebrity, The Ice Storm, The First Wives Club, August, Big Trouble in Little China, Unfaithful, Swimfan, Stay, Sherrybaby, Quid Pro Quo, The Kings of Appleton, and Consent. She just wrapped the HBO pilot, “The Washingtonienne,” and had recurring roles on both “Grey’s Anatomy” (two Emmy Award nominations) and “Rescue Me.” Her television work includes guest star roles on “Justice,” “The West Wing,” “The Practice,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “100 Centre St.,” and “Notes For My Daughter” (Emmy Award). Ms. Burton appeared in HBO’s Empire Falls, the Lifetime feature Obsessed with Jenna Elfman, and The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer for ABC.