After a long absence, Linda DeArmond Grady is overjoyed to be back with her friends at The Phoenix Theatre Company once again. She enjoyed over two decades working in the Valley as an actress, singer, and dancer in over 60 productions for The Phoenix Theatre Company, Actors’ Theatre of Phoenix, AZ Jewish Theatre and Actor’s Lab of Arizona, where she performed in a two-year run of the popular Six Women With Brain Death, or Expiring Minds Want To Know. She was the recipient of the very first AriZoni award for Best Actress in 1991, for her role as The Woman in Christopher Durang’s Laughing Wild. A longtime Actors’ Equity and Screen Actors’ Guild member, she also guest-starred on network television including: Legend; Young Riders; and Becker. In Los Angeles, she worked off-camera as a Casting Associate for CBS and ABC TV. Her plays include Three As One and The Green Nightgown, produced at the Love Creek Annual Short Play Festival in New York; and Tradition, produced at Theatre of Note in Los Angeles. Linda’s first book of poetry, Reflections on Bee Stings, is now available on Amazon.