Dolores has been working in theater for more than 35 years. She has performed, written, directed and produced plays in Europe, Asia and the United States.
She is co-founding director of the American Theater Company in Geneva, Switzerland; the Hong Kong Rep Theater and The Arizona Women’s Theater Company in Scottsdale.
Locally, Delores has appeared on the stages of ASU, Phoenix College, Scottsdale Community College, The Art Renaissance Foundation, The Arizona Women’s Theater Company, Southwest Shakespeare and Arizona Jewish Theatre Company.
APRIL 11-27, “And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little,” play by Paul Zindel. Director: Judy Rollings. Cast includes Dolores D’Amore Goldsmith.
This biting, touching and often wildly funny play examines the tortured relationships of three sisters whose lives have reached a point of crisis following the death of their dominating mother. One sister has married and cut herself off; another has begun to drink, and the third is on the brink of madness. When the married sister comes to dinner to push to have her sibling committed to an institution, the smoldering resentments of many years burst alive. The unexpected arrival of a neighbor couple exacerbates the confrontation and propels the action to its shattering conclusion.
First produced in Los Angeles in 1967, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little has been produced across the country almost every year since its Broadway debut, and was the first play produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre Group.
MARCH 2014. “The Last Romance.” Theater Artists Studio. Playwright: Joe DiPietro. Director: Pamela Fields. Cast included Delores D’Amore Goldsmith.
This romantic comedy by the writer of Over the River and Through the Woods takes a look at the possibilities of second chances and the triumphant power of love. An unlikely couple finds that love’s final round comes with its own set of obstacles as they seek to take the romantic plunge one last time.
2013. “Over the River and Through the Woods.” Playwright: Joe DiPietro. Director: Pamela Fields. Cast included Dolores D’Amore Goldsmith.