Geneva. Comedy/satire. Written by George Bernard Shaw
. Directed by Maurice Colbourne. Henry Miller's Theatre: 30 Jan 1940- 10 Feb 1940 (15 performances). Cast: Ernest Borrow
(as "Bombardone") [only Broadway role], Beckett Bould
(as "Jew") [only Broadway role], Harvey Braban
(as "Newcomer") [final Broadway role], Jack Brown (as ...
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I'm most comfortable on the stage. Because of the nature of film and television, you'll very often do the climactic scene on the first day and the other parts weeks later. It's hard to remember exactly what state you were in. It's easier when you start at the beginning and go through to the end. Any new project, new play, new film, you're really starting from square one every time. You can't be ...
Has won four Tony Awards: in 1948, as Best Actress (Dramatic) for "A Streetcar Named Desire," an award shared with Judith Anderson
for "Medea" and Katharine Cornell
for "Antony and Cleopatra;" as Best Actress (Play), in 1978, for "The Gin Game," and in 1983, for "Foxfire;" and in 1994, a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement shared with her husband, Hume Cronyn
. She also received Tony Award...