LCT: The City of Conversation. Barbara Garrick has been seen on Broadway in: A Thousand Clowns with Tom Selleck, Stanley, A Small Family Business and Eastern Standard. Off-Broadway includes: Later Life with Keen Co., The City of Conversation at Lincoln Center Theater at the Mitzi Newhouse, Beauty on the Vine opposite Olivia Wilde at Epic Theatre Co., Eight Days Backwards at the Vineyard Theatre, The Winter’s Tale at Classic Stage Company, Baby Anger at Playwrights Horizons, Elliot Loves (standby for Christine Baranski) at The Promenade Theatre directed by Mike Nichols, Eastern Standard at MTC, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Roundabout Theatre Company. Regional Theatre includes the world premieres of Ridiculous Fraud by Beth Henley, Safe As Houses by Richard Greenberg, Eastern Standard by Richard Greenberg, and the workshop of My Good Name by Arthur Laurents. Other regional credits include Way of the World at the Shakespeare Theatre in DC, The Tempest and Romeo and Juliet. Film credits include: That Awkward Moment, You’re Killing Me Susana with Gael Garcia Bernal, Loss of A Teardrop Diamond with Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Evans, Jumper, Far From Heaven, Pollock, The Ice Storm, A Couch In New York by Chantal Akerman with Juliet Binoche, Miami Rhapsody with Sarah Jessica Parker and Kevin Pollak, The Firm, Sleepless In Seattle, Postcards From The Edge, Working Girl and Eight Men Out. On television she can be currently seen as “DeDe Halcyon” in Netflix “Tales of the City” (2019) and in the original “Tales of the City” (1993) also on Netflix. For Showtime she continued her role of “DeDe” in “More Tales of the City” and “Further Tales of the City,” in which she was nominated for a Canadian Gemini nomination for the latter. Barbara also played “Allison Perkins” on “One Life To Live” on & off contract from 1984-2013. She has appeared on all three “Law & Order” shows, “Sex and the City,” and in Todd Haynes’ “Dottie Gets Spanked” on PBS. She is a proud member of The Actor’s Center.