Barbara Mundy


Barbara Mundy

Barbara has had the great pleasure of performing in 12 of Waterfront Playhouse’s radio broadcasts and appeared in “The Informer” as part of the On The Edge productions.  She is looking forward to being a part of the new  2021-2022 season.

She appeared in Bob Bowersox’s new play “Flowers on the Moon” and “Love, Loss, and What I Wore” for The Red Barn Theater.

Before coming to Key West, Barbara created the character, Eve in the series “The D’Matzzi’s” played Sissy in “Sordid Lives” and Nichette Fondue in the Ridiculous Theater Company’s revival of “Camille”.  She has appeared in many musicals touring the US and has written and performed in original cabaret shows.

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The latest happenings at The Waterfront Playhouse.

Announcing Waterfront Playhouse’s 86th Season

The Waterfront Playhouse, named the “Best Professional Theatre in Florida” and Florida’s oldest theatre, is proud to announce its 2024/2025 season, the 86th season in its rich history. The first show of the season, which shouldn [...]

Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Masterpiece to open at Key West’s Waterfront Playhouse

The award winning Waterfront Playhouse on Mallory Square has begun rehearsals for “Lost in Yonkers”- the fi [...]