Currently starring in the World Premiere of Zoe Kazan's "Trudy and Max in Love" at South Coast Rep

"Chinglish"

written by David Henry Hwang - directed by Leigh Silverman - Berkeley Repertory Theatre

"Death of a Salesman"

written by Arthur Miller - directed by Marc Masterson - South Coast Repertory

"Wild Swans"

written by Jung Chang and adapted for the stage by Alexandra Wood - directed by Sacha Wares - Young Vic Theatre, London

"Den's comic flamboyance scores laughs" -LA Times

***"Celeste Den and Tate Ellington add spice and humor playing a collection of friends, oddballs and others." -OC Register ***"Celeste Den lights up the stage (as she did in “Chinglish”) in a series of supporting roles" -Examiner ***"Celeste Den and Tate Ellington provide strong emotional support for the main characters in a variety of assignments, both receiving ample opportunity to display their talents, often in scene-swiping style." -Huntington Beach Independent ***"And, as expected, Den once again proves herself to be a crackerjack addition to any cast, as she has been in recent appearances in SCR's productions of CHINGLISH and DEATH OF A SALESMAN. Here she morphs distinctively from snobby to sassy to sympathetic effortlessly playing various female roles throughout the dramedy (plus she looked gorg in that wedding dress)." -Broadway World ***"Supporting characters are brought to vivid life in a series of incisive cameos by SCR newbie Tate Ellington and SoCal favorite Celeste Den…Den is every bit as impressive as an ill­-tempered waitress, as writer (and Billy’s ex) Rochelle, and as Trudy’s man-­crazy friend Christine. (Kudos to SCR, director Neugebauer, and casting director Joanne DeNaut, CSA, for casting Den, not because her roles were “written Asian”—which they’re not—but simply because she’s so darned good.)" -StageSceneLA