Simon’s vampy guest, Myrna, is well-played by Jane Cortney.

East End Beacon


Jane Cortney's Shelly is hilarious...


Summer and Smoke

The cast is excellent, led by the luminous Jane Cortney as Alma--every moment of indecision, disappointment, and joy is illuminated in her expressive performance.

Broadway World

On the Other Side of the River

The most humanity comes out in Cortney's stunning performance of Mir'l's final monologue. She balances both Mir'l's strong-willed rebellion and her vulnerable fright with force and commitment.

Theatre is Easy

American Rapture

Jane Cortney is able to combine just the right amounts of innocence, loss, and brashness as the woman in confession...

The Monster Tales

Cortney is luminously melancholy...

Twelfth Night

Jane Cortney was brilliant as a mercurial Olivia, her actions and reactions all revealing a remarkably intelligent comedienne working at full capacity.