Photo: Joseph Moran

Constance with Marc Stuart Weitz (New Ohio) at OBIE Award reception

Opning Night with Paula Vogel and David Savran (Photo: Steven Schreiber)

Kristin Marting (HERE Arts Center) and Julie Malnig on Opening Night (Photo: Steven Schreiber)

Ken Barnett, Susan Bott & Constance in And Baby Makes Seven (Publicity Photo: Joseph Moran)

Awarding prizes at Naughty Baby Shower Benefit @ CUE Art Gallery  (Photo: Iggy Gibson)

 

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And Baby Makes Seven at New Ohio Theatre (Photo: Steven Schreiber)

And Baby Makes Seven at New Ohio Theatre (Photo: Steven Schreiber)

Constance played Anna and Anna's imaginary nine-year old genius boy, Cecil, in the first New York acclaimed revival of Paula Vogel's AND BABY MAKES SEVEN (“It’s hilarious, it’s touching … it soars!” — CBS Radio) at New Ohio Theatre. 

Along with director Marc Stuart Weitz, Constance is interviewed on the DEREK AND ROMAINE SHOW on OutQ Channel 109 on SiriusXM Satellite radio! (Hear the interview here.)

Constance created the role of Gloria in the award-winning world premiere of Moby Pomerance's BROKEN HANDS.

A regular performer in the mtp! Cherry Picking staged reading series, Constance was interviewed by mtp!'s director, Clare Mottola (see interview with Constance).

With Purpleman Theater Constance has produced the works of Campion Decent, Carson Kreitzer, Jon Marans, Deb Margolin, & Moby Pomerance.

She has published numerous essays and interviews, and with Marc Stuart Weitz co-authored the introduction, “What is a Good Play? Thoughts Across Centuries,” for THE PLAYWRIGHT'S WORKOUT, eds. Michael Bigelow Dixon and Liz Engelman (Smith & Kraus, 2009).

Ms. Zaytoun indulges in a comic tour de force
— NY Times
Constance’s ability to perform with intelligence and without restriction is remarkable to see on stage
— Paula Vogel
Constance Zaytoun’s Anna is the most level-headed character. She exudes a warm charisma and a profound understanding of the maternal instinct, even towards the three imagined characters and Peter.
— Theater Scene