Articulating the Arts: Tales in Time - 'Dina' in White House Fairy Tale by Jenny Lyn Bader
Sharon Talbot was born into a large, boisterous Colorado family awhile back. Most recently, she produced a staged reading of her play, The Morning Girls, about Baby Boomers in aerobic class. From an audience member: "Hi Sharon: I consider myself a pretty tough guy, and rarely would a play put tears in my eyes. But yesterday, I could not help it." She was “Dina" (i.e., Kelly Anne Conway) in Articulate Theatre’s Washington Fairy Tales and "Jeane Kirkpatrick" in Louis Nevaer’s Reagan's Athena, NY Fringe, 2016. She graduated, Phi Beta Kappa, from Denver University and got her Equity card playing the back end of a cow in Gypsy. She graced Don't Drink the Water on Broadway as “Susan Hollander”, the back end of a cow thing forgotten. Off-Broadway and regional: leads in Streetcar, Elephant Man, Deathtrap, Talley’s Folly, Born Yesterday (Broderick Crawford), Personal Appearance (Ann Miller), Promises, Promises (Donald O’Connor), A Phoenix Too Frequent, As you like it, Measure for Measure, The Merchant of Venice, and The Importance of Being Earnest. A stint on One Life to Live got her a whole lotta dough. Other stuff: The Blacklist, Inside Amy Schumer, Boardwalk Empire, and the Indie film, Contract Removals, wherein she murders her husband with the help of an enormous alligator, Carmen. Acting and her 23-year-old son, Rob, are the loves of her life. An added note; she is not afraid of spiders or airline food.
Union: SAG/AFTRA, Equity