Cecilia Hart
American actor
Cecilia Hart
Cecilia Hart, born in Cheyenne, Wyoming February 19, 1948, is a television and stage actress married to actor James Earl Jones with whom she has one child, Flynn Earl Jones. Hart costarred with Jones in the short-lived 1979-80 CBS police drama Paris. She was formerly married to actor Bruce Weitz from 1971 to 1982.
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Dates Set for London Run of Driving Miss Daisy, Starring Vanessa Redgrave and ... - Broadway.com
Google News - over 5 years
Jones hinted that he would be open to an extension, telling the Mail that his wife, Cecilia Hart, “would like staying in London over Christmas.” David Esbjornson's production of Daisy was a commercial hit on Broadway, where it opened on October 25,
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PHOTO FLASH: Matthew Broderick, Reeve Carney, Harry Connick Jr., Edie Falco ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Included in this photo flash are: Matthew Broderick, Reeve Carney, Victoria Clark, Harry Connick Jr., Tyne Daly, Brooke Elliott, Edie Falco, Tovah Feldshuh, Neil Patrick Harris, James Earl Jones and wife Cecilia Hart, Chad Kimball, John Leguizamo,
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Lincoln Center honors Poitier - Ct Post
Google News - almost 6 years
(Photo by Mark Von Holden/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Donna Dixon Akroyd;Jim Belushi; Photo: Getty Images / CT NEW YORK, NY - MAY 02: Cecilia Hart (L) and actor James Earl Jones attend The Film Society of Lincoln Center's presentation of the
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THEATER REVIEW | CONNECTICUT; A Civilized British Comedy, With Infidelity and Feuding
NYTimes - over 7 years
Remember the ''Bridget Jones'' movies? Renée Zellweger doing a British accent so well, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant waxing debonair in their own ways? But the best scene in each picture was the one in which Mr. Firth's and Mr. Grant's characters went berserk and brawled like schoolboys. Something similar is true of the Westport Country Playhouse's
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SEC Media Days Roundtable (Part 1)
The Gainesville Sun - over 7 years
Pat Dooley and Robbie Andrew from GatorSports and Christopher Walsh and Cecil Hurt from Tide Sports in Tuscaloosa, Ala. talk about the upcoming season of SEC football.
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THEATER REVIEW; Tomorrow's Hopes Tinged With Regret
NYTimes - almost 9 years
First, let's praise all the waiters. In the Westport Country Playhouse's wry new production of ''Time of My Life,'' there's an effusive waiter, a concerned one, a singing one and one so aggressively rude that when he takes patrons' coats to the checkroom, he drags them on the floor. They work for a gracious, nostalgic restaurateur. And he, like the
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CURTAIN UP: Westport; Still Mixed Up, 37 Years Later
NYTimes - over 9 years
BACK in 1970, the Westport Country Playhouse presented a comedy by a relative unknown from the English provinces, Alan Ayckbourn. After years of working in a suburban theater, Mr. Ayckbourn had had his first big London success, and Connecticut audiences got to see Joan Fontaine star in it. The play was ''Relatively Speaking,'' and it begins a
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CONNECTICUT GUIDE
NYTimes - over 18 years
On Stage in Westport Jay Leonhart's new show, ''It's Impossible to Sing and Play the Bass,'' will be on stage at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport this evening at 8 P.M. Mr. Leonhart will dispute his own premise by singing and playing simultaneously, accompanied by his son Michael on trumpet and Bill Charlap at the piano. On the bill
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Who Decrees the Country's Good?
NYTimes - over 20 years
BRINGING back ''First Lady'' in connection with the Presidential race must have seemed like a sure thing. Someone had to do it. What Yale Repertory didn't count on was the tepidity of the play and the torpidity of the race. In production, thin and archaic 1930's comedies like this one, George S. Kaufman's only collaboration with Katharine Dayton, a
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STAGE: STEVE TESICH'S 'DIVISION STREET'
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: IN the opening gag of Steve Tesich's ''Division Street,'' a former 1960's radical named Chris drops a tablet of Alka-Seltzer in a glass of water and waits impatiently for it to go to work. ''Fizz!'' Chris orders the recalcitrant tablet. ''You're supposed to fizz!'' But the pill just sits there, inert, and so it goes with what follows. IN the
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TV REVIEW; 2 SITCOMS, 'MR. SUNSHINE' AND 'JOE BASH,' ON ABC
NYTimes - almost 31 years
OFFICIAL ''seasons'' being things of the past, the networks now tinker with their schedules all year round. Among the new series introduced over the past several weeks, for instance, are ''Mr. Sunshine'' and ''Joe Bash,'' both on ABC. Neither has been especially promising as far as ratings are concerned, but both certainly try to be different. The
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BROADWAY
NYTimes - over 31 years
THERE'S no saying whether it's the old or the new formula, but ''El Grande de Coca-Cola'' is returning to New York with Ron House, Diz White and Alan Shearman, who were not only its creators but also its original cast. And while we may not know which formula, we do know that the entertainment, which began in London and was presented here in 1973,
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2 STARS NAMED FOR 'BEYOND THERAPY'
NYTimes - almost 35 years
John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest, who is now appearing as Desdemona in ''Othello'' at the Winter Garden, will star in Christopher Durang's ''Beyond Therapy,'' which will open at the Brooks Atkinson Theater on May 24. The comedy, about some therapists and their patients, was done by the Phoenix Theater last year, with Sigourney Weaver and Stephen
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FARCE: TONY ROBERTS IN HOROVITZ'S 'GOOD PARTS'
NYTimes - about 35 years
ISRAEL HOROVITZ, one of our most eclectic as well as uneven playwrights, is in his silly mode in ''The Good Parts,'' his new comedy that opened at the Astor Place last night. And why not? If Mr. Horovitz wants to write ''The Odd Couple Goes to Greece'' - which seems to be his intention - heaven knows we're all ready to join him in some mindless
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