Amy Morton has been an ensemble member since 1997. She most recently appeared in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Steppenwolf and on Broadway and August: Osage County at Steppenwolf, the National Theatre in London and on Broadway. She received a Tony® nomination for both roles. She has been an ensemble member since 1997 and has appeared in over 30 Steppenwolf productions. Steppenwolf directing credits include Clybourne Park, American Buffalo, Dublin Carol, The Pillowman, Love-Lies-Bleeding (which traveled to the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater), Men of Tortuga, Topdog/Underdog (which traveled to the Alley Theatre in Houston, Dallas Theater Center and Hartford Stage Company), We All Went Down to Amsterdam, Glengarry Glen Ross (which appeared at the 2002 Dublin International Theatre Festival and at the 2003 du Maurier World Stage Festival in Toronto), The Weir, Mizlansky/Zilinsky and Awake and Sing. Before joining Steppenwolf, she was a member of the Remains Theatre Ensemble for 15 years.
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Credits & Awards
8MM; Rookie of the Year; Backdraft; Falling Down; Straight Talk; Up in the Air, Matadors.
Apollo Theatre: The Vagina Monologues
La Jolla Playhouse: Going to Saint Ives
Remains Theatre Company: Member for 15 years
Guthrie Theatre: Pravda
Goodman Theatre: A Flea in Her Ear; Unjustifiable Acts; Sin; The Time of Your Life;
Wisdom Bridge Theatre: Life and Limb
Victory Gardens Theatre: Flyovers
Remains Theatre: Our Country's Good.
Alliance Theatre (Atlanta): Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Trinity Repertory Theatre: Dublin Carol