Claim to fame
TV queen Marlo Thomas became a household name—and Golden Globe winner—as the freewheeling, single career girl lead of hit show That Girl from 1966-1971. She made her Broadway debut in Thieves in 1974 and also starred in the 1977 film adaptation; other Broadway credits include Social Security, The Shadow Box and Relatively Speaking. Her other screen credits include Jenny, It Happened One Night and an Emmy-winning role in TV movie Nobody’s Child.
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Opening Night: Relatively Speaking
Opening night of this evening of three one-act comedies by celebrity scribes.