Appeared (as "Doris") in "Same Time, Next Year" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Bernard Slade
. Directed by Gene Saks
. Brooks Atkinson Theatre (moved to The Ambassador Theatre from 16 May 1978 to close): 14 Mar 1975-3 Sep 1978 (1453 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Charles Grodin
(as "George"). Replacement cast during run: Ted
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The main way you grow is in deepening compassion. Somehow when you go through painful experiences you're more sympathetic to other people's experiences. After you've been working for awhile and discover how much material you have to call on, you end up saying, 'Oh, thank god I had an unhappy childhood!' I suppose there are some actors somewhere who have had a happy childhood. I just haven't met ...
Ellen Burstyn plays two unusual roles where she becomes older than her parents. First, as Murph in Interstellar where she is older than her father. The second, as Flemming in The Age of Adaline where she is older than her mother.
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