Maureen Anderman appeared in Huntington's productions of The Sisters Rosenswieg, Rabbit Hole, and Third. Among her 15 Broadway credits are plays by Edward Albee, Michael Frayn, Michael Weller, Joan Didion, Gore Vidal, and William Shakespeare. Off Broadway credits include plays by Kenneth Lonergan and A.R. Gurney. Over the past 40 years, Ms. Anderman has appeared at theatres from The Old Globe to the Guthrie to Long Wharf and Hartford Stage. Recent credits include the premiere of Keith Bunin’s Vera Laughed (New York Stage and Film) and Nöel Coward’s Suite in Two Keys (Berkshire Theatre Festival). Television and film credits include Jesus Maria, Final, recurring roles on “The Equalizer,” “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd,” and several episodes of “Law & Order,” including a crossover episode with “Homicide.” She has received Tony, Drama Desk, and IRNE Award nominations, and Theatre World and Connecticut Critics Circle Awards.