Connie Winston is a New York City-based performance artist. She is the producer of Down on Griffin Alley, co-written with Jean Randich and presented at Dixon Place in New York City in March 2017. Down on Griffin Alley was originally conceived with filmmaker, Joey Huertas, and produced and presented as On Griffin Alley: A Recreation of the Life, Trial and Execution of Lena Baker in 2014.
Connie was an associate producer of Veils of Justice by Ann Tares at SoHo Playhouse (New York) and co-producer of My Name is Harriet Tubman at the WorkShop Theater (New York). Other New York City venues include: McGinn/Cazale Theatre, H.E.R.E., La Mama, E.T.C., New Dramatists, the (old) Ohio Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Soho Rep, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Lincoln Center. She has performed with The Talking Band, founded by Ellen Maddow, Tina Shepard and Paul Zimet, former members of Joseph Chaikin’s Open Theatre, in productions of Bad Women as Medea and Belize.
Law & Order as Judge Shirley Taylor
Episodes: “Ghosts”,“Sects”, “Cry Wolf”, “Raimondos”, “Bodies”,
Law & Order SVU as Dispatch Operator
Conviction as Judge Shirley Taylor
Episodes: “The Wall” and “Indiscretions”
Rescue Me as Nurse Beverly Quinn
The City as Officer Martinez
Theatre: New York
Lemkin’s House as Nausicaa, et al.
Belize as Orator/Black Queen
Transformations as The Wonderful Magician
Christmas Visits as Mother
Fishes as Mom/Fish
Ben’s Life as Ben’s Aunt
My Name is Harriet Tubman as Harriet Tubman
Workshop Theater (Off-off Bwy)
Bad Women as Medea