Mari-Claire Charba


Mari-Clair Charba, Marie-Clair Charba, Marie-Claire Charba
"Mari-Claire Charba has toured Europe for the past two years with the LaMama Repertory. She was last seen at the New York LaMama in Paul Foster's 'The Russian Corporal'. Last season, she received the Obie Award for her Distinguished Performance in Leonard Melfi's 'Birdbath'. She just completed an engagement at the Caffe Cino as the White Whore in 'White Whore and the Bit Player'. She is currently filming fainting scenes under the name of Mari Saint-Faint in a soon-to-be-released horror film."

Cast bios for "Futz" (1967) [OBJ.1967.0134]
Maids, The (1965), Frustrata (1964), My Next Husband Will Be a Beauty! (1964), "The White Whore And The Bit Player" And "Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down" (variations on a theme) (1965), Cafe La MaMa Experimental Theater Presents H. M. Koutoukas' "Omy Queen Of The Fairies," And "Tidy Passions, Or, Kill Kaleidascope Kill" (1965), Three New Plays Directed By Tom O'Horgan (1965), Demented World of Tom Eyen, The (1965), Six Plays From The '65-'66 European Tour (1966), Madonna In The Orchard, The (1966), Hessian Corporal, The (1966), Futz (1967a), Court (1967), Tom Paine (Part I) (1967), Futz (1967b), Times Square (1968), Melodrama Play (1968), Futz (1968), Changes (1968), "Chicago," "Futz" and "Melodrama" in St. Croix (1968), Americans, The (1969), "Times Square," "Melodrama Play," And "Futz" (1967), Off-Broadway Theatre Evening in Paris (1965), "Hurrah for Bridge" and "Chicago" in Paris (1965), "Birdbath" and "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "War" in Paris (1965), "America Hurrah" and "The Circus" and "Hurrah for the Bridge" in Copenhagen (1965), "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1965), "The Recluse" and "The Circle" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1965), "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1966), "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1966), "The Recluse" and "War" in Sweden (1966), "Pavane" and "Homo" in Zagreb (1966), "Chicago" in Zagreb (1966), "Pavane" and "Tattoo Parlor" in Copenhagen (1966), La MaMa Repertory Troupe in Gothenburg (1966), "Futz" and "Tom Paine" in Munich (1967), "Tom Paine" in Spoleto (1967), "Times Square," "Futz" and "Melodrama Play" in Copenhagen (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Mickery Theater (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe in London (1967), "Tom Paine" in London (1967), "Heimskringla" on National Educational Television (1969), "War," "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Homo" in Durham, UK (1966), 6 From La MaMa (1966), White Whore and the Bit Player, The in Paris (1964)
La MaMa Films (1982)