Meryl Streep's rise on the stage is as incomparable as her success on film. Starting at the Vassar Drama Department,
Meryl won early praise for her performance in "Miss Julie". She made her off-Broadway debut in "The Playboy of Seville"
and joined the Yale Repertory Theatre with performances in "Edward II", "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and
"Happy End". And that was all before her professional stage career won praises in New York, thanks to a fruitful collaboration
with Joseph Papp's Public Theater (including a Tony nomination for "27 Wagons full of Cotton") . Her involvement with the
Public Theater lasted over thirty years to her most recent stage productions in "The Seagull" and "Mother Courage and her
Children". Below you will find a list of her theatrical credits with additional information, reviews and pictures.
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