Has appeared as an actor in over fifty plays including: Copenhagen (Tony Award), James Joyce’s The Dead, Cabaret, The Secret Rapture, and The Threepenny Opera. She has directed Leslie Ayvazian’s plays Rosemary and I (Passage Theatre, NJ), and Lovely Day (The Play Company, NY). Recently, Blair also directed a workshop of A Feminine Ending at Portland Center Stage.
DARKLY COMIC. A FEMININE ENDING HAS UNDENIABLE WIT. Director BLAIR BROWN has elicited fine performances from her actors, with veterans MARSHA MASON and RICHARD MASUR particularly memorable.—Frank Scheck, New York Post
APPEALINGLY OUTLANDISH HUMOR. BLAIR BROWN gently underscores the play’s oddball comic touches.—Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
COURAGEOUS. The 90-minute piece swerves with nerve and naivete. SARAH TREEM has a voice all her own.—Linda Winer, Newsday
A SNAZZY PRODUCTION. A Feminine Ending speaks up for itself in an unusually melodic voice.—Marilyn Stasio, Variety