Ms. Jones joined Tri-State Actors Theater for the first time in Season 2000 in the role of Sylvia, the hilarious pooch, who gives its name to SYLVIA, by A.R. Gurney. She performed the role of Alex in Season 2001′s closing production, ON THE VERGE, or The Geography of Yearning. Ms. Jones, a founding member of The Genesis Repertory Ensemble in NYC, was featured most recently as one of the Wierd Sisters in GRE’s MACBETH. She was Juliet in ROMEO AND JULIET, Bianca in OTHELLO, and Edith in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE–all for GRE. She appeared as Ophelia (HAMLET) and Sarah (WHISKEY DOWN)in the Million Stories Festival, and was Gwendolyn in Tom Stoppard’s TRAVESTIES. Other roles on the New York stage include Mattie in ENVIRONMENT AND EVELYN, and Luce in THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE. Beyond New York, she has played Belinda Cratchit (A CHRISTMAS CAROL) for the North Shore Music Theater, and was featured in other roles including Angie (TOP GIRLS); Thomasina (ARCADIA); Hermia (A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM); Christina (DANCING AT LUGHNASA), and Marianne (TARTUFFE). Ms. Jones is a graduate in Theatre of Dartmouth College, and has studied acting with Karen Kohlhaas (Atlantic Theater Co.) and vocal production with Ariel Bock (Shakespeare and Co). Her most recent New York appearances were as a member of the acting company of the Jean Cocteau Theater.