Dawn Trautman created the ensemble role of Eudora Bryce in the all-new American version of Cameron Mackintosh's "The Witches of Eastwick" at Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine. She has played Marion Cunningham in three separate productions of "Happy Days," most recently opposite Eddie Mekka from TV's Laverne and Shirley. She also portrayed Mrs. Tottendale in a completely sold out run of the first New York City revival of The Drowsy Chaperone at The Gallery Players, a production that won four New York Innovative Theater Awards including Best Musical Production and Best Ensemble Cast.
Critics have described her as "delightful" (Tampa Tribune), "goofy and lovable" (NY Theater Wire), "softly sassy" (Associated Content), and "switching masterfully between comic and serious moments" (Broadway World). She regularly performs her own material as well as traditional musicals on stages across the United States and throughout New York City, including special performances at the United Nations and various cabaret spaces.