MIA DILLON is a Tony nominated stage actress whose Broadway credits include Our Town with Paul Newman, The Miser, The Corn is Green, Hay Fever, Agnes of God, Once a Catholic, Crimes of the Heart, and Da. She has worked extensively off-Broadway and regionally, including her most recent appearance at The Hartford Stage in The Engagement Party. Previously at Hartford Stage she appeared in the world premiere of Seder, as well as Cloud Nine, and A Song at Twilight. She reprised A Song at Twilight at Westport Country Playhouse where she most recently was seen in Lettice and Lovage. Other awards include the CT Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk Nomination, the Clarence Derwent Award, Barrymore Award, and a Dramalogue Award. Film and TV appearances include all three Law & Order series, Brain Dead, The Jury, Mary and Rhoda, Gods and Generals, The Money Pit, Isn't It Delicious, Ordinary World, and All Good Things. On June 16 she will return as the host of Bloomsday on Broadway at Symphony Space. She has been a reader on the NPR program Selected Shorts since 1988, and can be heard on the audiobook of the award-winning Lily's Crossing. She is thrilled to be a part of tonight’s program. The last time she appeared with an orchestra was in the film The Money Pit, playing her flute.