Most active as a recording artist or stage singer, Bindiger's most notable TV credit is co-starring on the puppet series The Great Space Coaster as human pal Francine (opposite puppeteers Kevin Clash, Francis Kane, John Lovelady, and Jim Martin). In animator Bill Plympton's 1992 feature The Tune, she had a prominent voice role as Dot the waitress, and her vocals have been heard in the anime series Cowboy Bebop and .hack//SIGN, among others. She sang on-camera in Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You and off in Nine and others.
On stage, Bindiger was part of the Tribe in the 1977 Broadway revival of Hair (with Alaina Reed in a principal role) and played daughter Jenny in the dramatic Civil War musical Shenandoah in 1977. She also performs as part of the acapella group The Accidentals.
- Play, Laugh and Learn All Year Long (2006)
- My First Sleepover (2007)
- My First Trip to the Farm (2007)
- Rhyming Rapunzel (2008)
- Rosita and the Beanstalk (2008)
- Big Red Riding Hood (2008)
- The Three Little Grouches (2008)
- My First Instrument (2009)