Annalee Jefferies

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Annalee Jefferies
Born (1954-05-14) May 14, 1954 (age 64)

Annalee Jefferies (born May 14, 1954, in Houston, Texas) is an American stage actress.


Ms. Jefferies was in the nine-hour trilogy of Horton Foot’s “Orphan’s Home Cycle” in NY, directed by Michael Wilson, which won the Drama Desk Award for “Theatrical Event of the Season” of 2010 . She’s played Blanche in “Streetcar Named Desire,” Violet in “ Suddenly Last Summer”, Hannah in “Night of the Iguana”, Carol in “Orpheus Descending,”, Amanda in “The Glass Menagerie” which was among the Wall Street Journal’s best 10 productions of 2009. She toured England in John Barton’s ten hourepic Tantalus, directed by Sir Peter Hall. She spent 20 years as a resident company member at the Alley Theatre (1986-2007) and 3 years as a resident company member at the Arena Stage (1978-1981). Her film credits include Hellion, Arlo and Julie, The Sideways Light, The Girl, Monsters, Violets Are Blue, and NoMercy. Television- Last 2 episodes of “Dallas” 2013, PBS Doc. “War of The Worlds” 2013. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London. She currently lives on a farm in Brenham Texas. “A farming actress is a continual challenge and privilege!”

Film and television[edit]

New York stage[edit]

Playwrights Horizons[edit]

Regional stage[edit]

Royal Shakespeare Company, Denver Performing Arts Complex[edit]

Hartford Stage Company[edit]

Hartford Theatreworks[edit]

Williamstown Theatre[edit]

Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas[edit]

Dir: Gregory Boyd

Dir: Michael Wilson

Dir: Misc

Great Lakes Theatre Festival[edit]

Long Wharf Theatre[edit]

Arena Stage, Washington D.C.[edit]

Public theatre[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The New York Times Theatre Reviews, 1999-2000. Taylor & Francis. 2001. pp. 400–401. ISBN 9780415936972. Retrieved 14 November 2014.

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