She appeared in the original Broadway production of "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln," from December 12, 1972 to Febuary 4, 1973 in New York City.
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[About actresses successfully blending their career and their family]: It mixes very well if you have a balance about it. It was just at the time when I had a family, I wasn't balanced about it. I was rigid about how it should be and you can't be rigid about anything. I was brought up to think there was a proper place for everything. I thought then that you shouldn't nurse a baby in the theater. ...
In May 2002, she and producer Robert Whitehead
were both named recipients of Special Tony awards for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. It was Harris's sixth Tony award.
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