"The Enemy Is Dead," written by Don Petersen
. Directed by Arthur Sherman. Bijou Theatre, opened January 14, 1973 (1 performance + 6 previews beginning January 5, 1973). Cast: Linda Lavin
(as "Leah"), Addison Powell
(as "Mr. Wolfe"), Arthur Storch
(as "Emmett"). Produced by Lee Schumer and Morton Wolkowitz.
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5' 3" (1.6 m)
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I discovered that the character of 'Alice' represented 80% of the working women in this country, the blue collar and pink collar women. Hundreds of women have come up to me and said, 'It was because of watching "Alice" that I could get through another day with the baby in a high chair. I knew if SHE could do it, I could do it. I could go back to school, I could get off welfare, I could change my ...
Married actor/drummer Steve Bakunas
in 2005 after they met during the 2002 run of the Broadway play "Hollywood Arms". They established a residence in Wilmington, North Carolina, and there converted a garage into the Red Barn Theatre which they co-run. She has appeared there in such productions as "Doubt," "Collected Stories," "Driving Miss Daisy" and "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife".