Cheryl McMahon

Cheryl McMahon last appeared at the Huntington in Marty and The Rose Tattoo. Around Boston, Ms. McMahon performed in The Adding Machine for SpeakEasy Stage Company, as well as at The Lyric Stage Company, New Repertory Theatre, The Hanover Center for the Arts, Centastage, Overture Productions, Majestic Theatre, and numerous shows at Wheelock Family Theatre and Stoneham Theatre. Other theatre credits include Half A Sixpence and High Button Shoes (Goodspeed Opera House), Theresa At Home and Better Off Dead (Village Theatre Project), and A Christmas Carol and Sweeney Todd (North Shore Music Theatre). A two time IRNE Award recipient, Ms. McMahon is a founding member of the Village Theatre Project.