Christine Ebersole won the 2007 Tony Award for her groundbreaking dual-role performance in the Broadway musical 'Grey Gardens', which Ben Brantley of The New York Times called "Possibly the greatest performance I've ever seen in a Broadway musical." Ebersol and was also a Tony winner for her performance as Dorothy Brock in '42nd Street'. Other Broadway credits include: 'Steel Magnolias', 'Dinner at Eight' (2003 Tony and Outer Critics Award nominations), 'The Best Man', Getting Away With Murder, 'Harrigan 'n' Hart', 'Camelot, 'Oklahoma!', 'On the Twentieth Century', 'I Love My Wife', 'Angel Street'.
Ebersole is well known for her work in film and television, including: Tootsie, Amadeus, Dead Again, Folks!, Richie Rich, My Girl 2, Mac and Me, Ghost Dad, Black Sheep, Thief of Hearts, 'Till There Was You, My Favorite Martian, True Crime, as well as Saturday Night Live (series regular, '81-'82 season), One Life to Live (Emmy nomination), Crossing Jordan and
Will & Grace.
"Ebersole is such a likable performer; from the moment she begins to sing, a warmth seems to spread throughout the audience. Not only is the tone of her voice beautiful, but she is able to use it in a manner of styles. In fact, Ebersole is completely at home in whatever she sings, whether it's jazz, musical-theatre tunes or standards." Andrew Gans, Playbill
"I can't think of a more potent combination of sophisticated and talented musicians, than Christine Ebersole and Billy Stritch. Their choices of material would be my choices, and their take on this variety of classy music and lyrics is pluperfect."
"Christine Ebersole is delicious, a musical-comedy treasure" Linda Winer, Newsday
"Christine Ebersole can give a performance Rosalind Russell or Eve Arden might envy." Jeffrey Lyons WNBC-TV