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Eleanor and Alice: Conversations Between Two Remarkable Roosevelts

  • Theater, Drama
Mary Bacon
Photograph: Courtesy of the artistMary Bacon

Time Out says

Ellen Abrams's double portrait imagines eight encounters, over the course of six decades, between two major women of 20th-century politics: liberal lioness Eleanor Roosevelt, played by Trezana Beverley (who won a 1977 Tony for the original Broadway production of For Colored Girls…); and her sharp-tongued cousin and sometime enemy Alice Roosevelt Longworth, the eldest daughter of Teddy Roosevelt, played by New York stage staple Mary Bacon. Frances Hill directs for Urban Stages.


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