- In 1998 appeared in the Theatre League of Southern California's production of the John Henry Redwood play "The Old Settler" with actresses Jenifer Lewis and Salli Richardson-Whitfield who was nominated for an Ovation Award for her performance.
- Open Admissions (1984). Drama. Written by Shirley Lauro. Directed by Elinor Renfield. Music Box Theatre: 29 Jan 1984- 12 Feb 1984 (17 performances + 7 performance that began on 24 Jan 1984). Cast: Calvin Levels (as "Calvin Jefferson"), Marilyn Rockafellow (as "Ginny Carlsen"), Nan-Lyn Nelson (as "Salina Jones, Calvin's sister"), Pam Potillo (as "Georgia Jones, Calvin's niece"), Sloane Shelton (as "Professor Clare Block"), Maura Erin Sullivan (as "Cathy Carlsen, Ginny's daughter"), Vincent D'Onofrio (as "Nick Rizzoli"), Una Kim (as "Kitty Shim") [Broadway debut], Evan Miranda (as "Juan Rivera"), CCH Pounder (as "Mrs. Brewster") [Broadway debut], Kevin Tighe (as "Peter Carlsen, Ginny's husband"). Theatre owned and operated by Irving Berlin [who had no direct involvement in this production] and The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President).
- (April 8 to May 2, 1976) She played a Registered Nurse in Neil Simon's play, "The Sunshine Boys," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Ray Fry (Willie Clark); Jim Baker (Ben Silverman); William Cain (AI Lewis); Don Johnson (Eddie); Dennis Predovic (Patient) and Marsha Korb (Nurse) in the cast. Clifford Ammon was director.