Kristen Dattoli is happy to return to the Concord stage where she was previously seen as Jackie Coryton in Noel Coward's Hay Fever and as Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest. Kristen has performed in and around the Boston area for many years including Boston Center for the Arts, Vokes Theatre, Fiddlehead Theatre, Quannapowitt Players, Acme Theater, Arlington Friends of the Drama, Hovey Players, Wellesley Players, and Boston Playwrights Theatre. Some favorites include: Evelyn in The Shape of Things (DASH award Best Actress), Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Bernstein in David Mamet’s November (DASH nomination Best Supporting Actress), Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest, Mary in The Memory of Water, Debra in The Smell of the Kill and Nell Gwyn in Liz Duffy Adam's Or (DASH nomination Best Supporting Actress). Kristen is also a member of New England Film where she's had the opportunity to film several independent films in and around New England; however, her most important role is Mom to Estella and Gabrielle. When she’s not mommying or performing, she enjoys running and spending long summer days on the beach.