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Oh, Mother! Elizabeth Ashley on Entering the Albee Zone Off-Broadway in Me, Myself & I

Oh, Mother! Elizabeth Ashley on Entering the Albee Zone Off-Broadway in Me, Myself & I

There’s never a dull patch when dining with Elizabeth Ashley. “I’ve already ordered two mojitos for myself,” she informs Jean-Claude Baker, the unflappable owner of Chez Josephine on Theater Row, “but do you have that cold asparagus soup?” Indeed he does, and soon our outdoor bistro table is covered with drinks and bowls of soup, pasta and homemade ...

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Elizabeth Ashley, Brian Murray & Edward Albee Begin Rehearsals for Me, Myself & I

Elizabeth Ashley, Brian Murray & Edward Albee Begin Rehearsals for Me, Myself & I
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The fall season will get an early and exciting start on August 24 when Playwrights Horizons begins previews of Edward Albee’s latest play, Me, Myself & I. Stage greats Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray are set to star in what sounds like a typically surreal Albee set-up: Mother (Ashley) can’t tell her adult identical twins apart, and chaos ensues ...

Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray to Star in Albee's Me, Myself & I at Playwrights Horizons

Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray to Star in Albee's Me, Myself & I at Playwrights Horizons

Elizabeth Ashley and Brian Murray will star in the New York premiere of Edward Albee’s Me, Myself & I, which will kick off the 40th anniversary season of Playwrights Horizons next summer. The play will begin performances in August 2010 at the company’s Mainstage Theater, directed by Emily Mann. Complete casting and details will be announced in the coming ...

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A Trip to Osage County with Elizabeth Ashley

A Trip to Osage County with Elizabeth Ashley
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Elizabeth Ashley has been called unsinkable, earthy, dangerous, sexy and even crazy. But the most accurate description of the actress, who won a Tony Award for her Broadway debut in Take Her, She’s Mine, is talented. If you saw Ashley in her last Broadway performance, as the strong-minded matriarch in Horton Foote’s Dividing the Estate, then you know ...

Elizabeth Ashley to Join the Cast of August: Osage County

Elizabeth Ashley to Join the Cast of August: Osage County

Elizabeth Ashley, who is currently starring as the Texas matriarch Stella in the Broadway production of Horton Foote’s Dividing the Estate, will assume the role of Mattie Fae Aiken in the Broadway production of Tracy Letts' August: Osage County on February 3, 2009, alongside a number of original cast members who will return from the London production. Dividing the ...

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Memories of Gerald Schoenfeld from Bernadette Peters, Chita Rivera, Elizabeth Ashley & More

As news spread of the sudden death of Gerald Schoenfeld, chairman of the Shubert Organization, on November 25, Broadway pros shared their personal memories of this theatrical giant.

Elizabeth Ashley, actress: “I’ve known Gerry since I was 19, and he was everything you wanted a man of the theater to be; he was the real deal. I respected and ...

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Elizabeth Ashley

After spending an hour with Elizabeth Ashley in the Broadway hangout Angus McIndoe, it’s tempting to jump up and start belting “I’m Still Here” in her honor. Good times and bum times? You’d better believe this feisty 69-year-old actress has seen them all, and she’s not only still here, she’s starring in the Broadway premiere ...

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Elizabeth Ashley Signs On for Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate

Elizabeth Ashley Signs On for Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate

Primary Stages has announced casting for the New York premiere of Horton Foote's Dividing the Estate the second production of the off-Broadway company's forthcoming seasion. The play will begin performances on September 18 and run through October 27 at 59E59 Theaters, under the direction of Michael Wilson Old Acquaintance. Opening night is September 27.

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