Don’t Dress For Dinner
Suzette, a cunning French chef who uses her clients’ secret affairs as a way to make some extra cash, even if it means impersonating a model, a niece and a mistress all at once.
Kayden made her Broadway debut as cynical sidekick Little Sally in Urinetown after starring in both the New York International Fringe Festival and off-Broadway productions. Her film and TV credits include Blue’s Clues and MADtv.
Other Honors for This Role:
—Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
2002: Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Urinetown
In her dressing room at Don’t Dress For Dinner, Kayden sews inappropriate cross-stitch pillows for her friends.
“We spent so much time in rehearsal just crying laughing because we were being so stupid and mostly inappropriate. [My] job is to come in and be ridiculous, so that’s a pretty great job to have.” —Kayden in an interview with Broadway.com, 4/26/12