Winters received a 2020 OBIE Award and Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play for HEROES OF THE FOURTH TURNING written by Will Arbery at Playwrights Horizons with direction by Danya Taymor. Zoë is familiar to New York theatre audiences from her performances in WHITE NOISE at THE PUBLIC, THE LAST MATCH at ROUNDABOUT, THE HARVEST at LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, Ars Nova's production of SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS at the Signature Theatre about which The New Yorker wrote "...the phenomenal Zoë Winters...plays her anguish from the inside," New York Theatre Workshop's RED SPEEDO, Lincoln Center's SHOWS FOR DAYS, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park, Soho Rep's Obie Award winning AN OCTOROON and NYTW's production of Caryl Churchill's LOVE AND INFORMATION at The Minetta Lane, for which she received rave reviews. Time Out declared "Winters...is one to watch out for - zesty, zany and vibrant, she completely reinvents herself with each new character. Give that gal a romantic comedy or an old-fashioned farce." In the New York Times, Elisabeth Vincentelli wrote: "Give this girl a vehicle already! Zoë Winters shined as an efficient sports therapist in "Red Speedo," a peppily manipulative religious leader in "The Harvest" and a hot mess grouchily attending a silent retreat in "Small Mouth Sounds." While this team player strives in ensembles, her droll humor and Swiss-quality timing make her ready for a lead." When Ms. Winters created the role of "Bec" in Amy Herzog's award winning 4000 MILES at Lincoln Center the New York Times said she was "excellent"; The New York Post called her "pitch perfect"; and Time Out described her "beautifully realized turns." Her other NY performances include the NY Times Critics' pick HATER at the Ohio Theatre and LOVE SONG at 59E59.