Maggie Carney


This is Maggie’s sixth summer with Peninsula Players.  Credits: Peter and the Starcatchers (Disney Theatricals/La Jolla Playhouse), Salsalandia! (La Jolla Playhouse), Live Radio and The Redundant Colon (both at Yale Cabaret), Bad Dates-Wilde Award, Best Lead Actress (BoarsHead-Michigan), The Tempest and Bill Irwin’s Largely/NY (Seattle Repertory), many shows with Creede Repertory (Colorado) and the Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival, Almighty Bob (Theater at the Center), The Book of Liz (Roadworks), What the Butler Saw (Noble Fool Theatre), Ghetto (Famous Door) The Gamester (Northlight), Spite for SpiteA Phoenix Too Frequent (Writers’ Theatre) Into the Woods-Jefferson Citation Nomination-Actress in A Musical, Rumors, Bedroom Farce-Jefferson Citation, Supporting Actress (Touchstone Theatre) and Smash-Jefferson Citation, Supporting Actress (Bailiwick).  Maggie has also worked with WBEZ’s Stories on Stage, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, the Poetry Foundation and The Second City.  A proud member of AEA, AFTRA and SAG, Maggie received her MFA from the PATP at the University of Washington-Seattle.

2009 Roles:  Eppie Lederer (“Ann Landers”) in The Lady with All the Answers; Gino, the Gardener in A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine; Madame Caron in Is He Dead?

2008 Roles:  Emily Gorski in Greetings!; Helen in Born Yesterday; Cookie Cusack in Rumors; Madge Larrabee in Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure

2007 Roles: Elizabeth in Angel Street; Mrs. Meekly in Unnecessary Farce; Woman in Be My Baby

2006 Roles:  Sophie DePalma in Master Class; Poppy in Noises Off; Fraulein Kost in Cabaret; Ensemble in The Elephant Man; Miss Casewell in The Mousetrap

2003 Roles: Claire in Proof

2002 Roles: Helsa Wenzel in Musical Comedy Murders of 1940