Elizabeth Dennehy
American actor
Elizabeth Dennehy
Elizabeth Hannah Dennehy is an American actress. She is the daughter of Brian Dennehy and sister of Kathleen Dennehy. She is married to actor James Lancaster. She is a graduate of Hofstra University. Her work involves mainly television and some film. Her most notable role is arguably that of Lieutenant Commander Shelby in the Star Trek: The Next Generation two part episode "The Best of Both Worlds.
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Review/Film; Heroism and Humor As Paraplegics Learn
NYTimes - almost 25 years
In 1984 Neal Jimenez, the screenwriter ("The River's Edge," "Something for the Boys"), was left with his legs permanently paralyzed after breaking his neck on a camping trip. Now he has written and co-directed, with Michael Steinberg, "The Waterdance," a good, tightly constructed film about the kind of intense physical and psychological therapy
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The Stage: 'Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding'
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: AS well-wishers stood on the sidewalk outside the Washington Square Church, throwing rice at Tony and Tina Nunzio, an elderly passer-by inquired what was going on. Told that it was a show about a wedding, she stared in disbelief and said flatly, ''No, it couldn't be.'' Noticing that the bride and groom were smoking while posing for pictures,
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'The Middle Ages' at the McCarter
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: ''IT'S like some movie,'' exclaims Eleanor in disbelief, when Barney, having gone AWOL from the Navy, sneaks in through the window of an exclusive club just to disrupt her wedding party - and to carry her away. ''IT'S like some movie,'' exclaims Eleanor in disbelief, when Barney, having gone AWOL from the Navy, sneaks in through the window of
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STAGE: 'HENRY V' TAKES FIELD IN CENTRAL PARK
NYTimes - over 32 years
With all due respect to Joseph Papp, it's now Kevin Kline who really rules the New York Shakespeare Festival's annual alfresco outings in Central Park. Mr. Kline is our king for all summers - or, at least, three of the last five. In Wilford Leach's new staging of ''Henry V,'' which I saw at the critics' preview, this wonderful actor imbues the
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