RENEE O'CONNOR
- STAGE APPEARANCES

I LOVE LUCY

Renée O'Connor appeared in the ten minute play "I Love Lucy" directed by Todd Felderstein during the 2017 Short and Sweet Hollywood festival at the Stella Adler Theater in Los Angeles.

DINNER WITH FRIENDS

O'Connor appeared in a production of the Donald Margulies play DINNER WITH FRIENDS at the Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro, CA in May, 2017.

ROMEO AND JULIET

Renée O'Connor and her son Miles Muir in costume for Romeo and Juliet O'Connor's son, Miles Muir, was the understudy for the part of Romeo in an Encore Theatre production of Romeo and Juliet in Torrence, CA. The final performance was on 30 April 2017. O'Connor appeared in the production as a nurse, but was listed on the program as Renee Sura. Adrienne Grady posted the photo on right (and many others) on her Facebook page, saying:

"Last stop on the play train was "Romeo & Juliet" in Torrance with my boss/friend, Renee O'Connor, as the feisty Nurse, and her real life son, Miles, starring as Romeo, produced by Encore theatre company. It was fun to see them act together again (we worked on a short indie film awhile back that they both are in as mother and son as well) and their cast was excellent, especially the young lady playing the best Mercutio [Danielle Jordan] I've ever seen, and their Juliet [Lexie Jones] and Lady Capulet [Summer Cacciagioni] who really immersed in their roles with a lot of weight and charm.

RENEE AND MILES ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT ACTING TOGETHER

LOVE LETTERS

In 2003 O'Connor performed the A.R. Gurney play LOVE LETTERS, an epistolary chronicle of two characters' 50 year relationship, in London opposite Tim Omundson. Omundson was Eli (bringer of Christian Mythology) in XWP.

MACBETH

Macbeth art

Renée O'Connor was Lady MacBeth in the Shakespeare by the Sea production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth from 27 June to 16 August 2002. It was directed by Anna Andersen (not the one who thought she was Anastasia). Patrick Vest was Macbeth. He also has written and performed a one-man show about Henry David Thoreau, and is now a member of the NEW AMERICAN THEATER Studio Ensemble. Kent Toussaint was Macduff. He was also Kent in ACCIDENTS DON'T HAPPEN, a 2000 film with Renée O'Connor.