Monday, January 17, 2011

A Round-Heeled Woman Held Over

The Drama Queen reports that the GableStage production of A Round-Heeled Woman has been extended to February 6.  This is on top of additional performances scheduled this week.

The critically acclaimed show, starring Sharon Gless, has been packing in a very diverse crowd:
Regular theatergoers aren't the only folks warming to Gless' glowing performance as Jane Juska, the retired teacher who decided to end three decades of celibacy at 66 by placing a frank personals in the New York Review of Books.  Adler says Rosie O'Donnell has already been to see her friend in the play.  And on Saturday, with the real Jane Juska in attendance, famed actress-director Liv Ullmann came to see it.
Do you have your ticket yet? Call now - GableStage only has 150 seats.

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