Glenda Jackson To Go Back To Broadway In Albee’S ‘3 Tall Ladies’

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PhotoLONDON — Glenda Jackson, the Oscar-winning actress and former member of the British Parliament who returned to the stage last fall at the age of 80 as King Lear, will star on Broadway next year in Edward Albee’s play “Three Tall Women,” the producers announced on Thursday.
The play, which won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1994, has never before had a Broadway run.
It centers largely on a well-to-do woman in her 90s, modeled on Albee’s mother, as she looks back over her life.
She has been nominated for a Tony Award for each of her four Broadway appearances.

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