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Calista Flockhart, a classically trained stage actress, who has been critically acclaimed for her classic and contemporary work on stage, quickly gained overnight fame as she endeared herself to millions as the provocative and controversial “Ally McBeal.” Flockhart starred in Neil LaBute’s highly praised play entitled Bash: Latterday Plays for which she received unanimous and unequivocal reviews. Flockhart appeared on Broadway as the evil and narcissistic “Natasha” in Scott Elliott’s production of Three Sisters, for which The New York Times singled her out as “smashing as the affected parvenu Natasha, as the other characters wither in time’s grasp, this Natasha glows ever brighter with a frightening, cannibalistic aura.” Flockhart made her Broadway debut opposite Julie Harris in The Glass Menagerie, for which she received the Theatre World Award and the Clarence Derwent Best New Talent Award. Additional New York theater credits include: Warren Leight’s The Loop, which landed her the role of Gene Hackman’s daughter in Mike Nichols’ The Birdcage; Sophistry, and Sons and Fathers, both opposite Ethan Hawke and written by Jonathan Marc Sherman; Wrong Turn at Lungfish, written and directed by Garry Marshall; All for One with Liev Schreiber; and Caryll Churchill’s Mad Forest.