Kathryn Grody
Actress; writer
Kathryn Grody
Kathryn Janis Grody is an American actress/writer. After winning two Obies for her off Broadway work, she wrote an autobiographical play called A Mom's Life.
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Warren Beatty Feted at Museum of the Moving Image Gala
Huffington Post - 4 months
Warren Beatty, Hollywood legend and famed boulevardier, starred in or directed and wrote the movies Splendor in the Grass, Bonnie and Clyde, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Shampoo, Bulworth, and Reds, to name a few, so now that he has his first film in many years, the long awaited Rules Rules Don't Apply, it is fitting that the Museum of the Moving Image Image honor him. From this great night of speeches and clips this week, an observation beyond Carly Simon's "You're So Vain" was evident: eccentric, beyond the pale, this man is much beloved. Guests included Elaine May, Jeanne Berlin, Barry Diller, Mandy Patinkin, Lee Grant, Robert Benton, Barry Levinson, James Toback, Oliver Platt, and Michael Barker, some legendary figures themselves; many provided a piece of movie history in their accolades. Matthew Broderick with Sarah Jessica Parker, and Haley Bennett attended too. Paul Sorvino said he makes actors feel free and beautifully guided. The Rules Don't Apply stars Alden Ehrenreich and Lil ...
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Theater Review: ‘Summer Shorts 5,’ Series B - The Epoch Times
Google News - over 5 years
Elsewhere, Kathryn Grody and Arthur French literally steal the show as two older people who have seen and done it all in their respective lives. The moment when they pull out their cell phones and start taking pictures of Charlotte's predicament is
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THEATER REVIEW | SUMMER SHORTS 5; It Takes a Headless Lady to Cause New Yorkers to Stop
NYTimes - over 5 years
An Upper West Sider is walking past Citarella when her head falls off. Two elegant couples celebrate New Year's Eve at the Waldorf-Astoria with increasing venom. A gay man visits his dementia-isolated mother in Queens. Series B of the Throughline Artists' Summer Shorts 5 festival of new American plays is a New York affair. Only once does it appear
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It Takes a Headless Lady to Cause New Yorkers to Stop - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
Crystal Finn, center, with Kathryn Grody and Arthur French in “Some Women in Their Thirties Simply Start to Fall.” Rebecca Schull and Christian Campbell in “The Green Book,” Will Scheffer's play about a family meltdown. Series B of the Throughline
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Summer Shorts 5: Series B - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
A couple of elderly passersby (Arthur French and Kathryn Grody) become a makeshift Greek chorus as we learn about the writer's history with these dizzy spells and the affair she's having with her nebbish illustrator. It's intermittently charming
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PHOTO FLASH: Christian Campbell, Tina Howe, Mandy Patinkin, et al. at Summer ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Participating actors include Mando Alvarado, Jeff Binder, Christian Campbell, James Chen, Nick Choksi, Erin Darke, Crystal Finn, Arthur French, Meg Gibson, Kathryn Grody, Beth Hoyt, Neal Huff, JJ Kandel, Megan Ketch, Ted Koch, Jodie Markell,
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The Listings
NYTimes - over 5 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, showtimes and ticket information: nytimes.com/theater. Previews And Openings 'Bluebird' (in previews; opens on Aug. 22) If you haven't got a reservation, you'll have to be industrious or lucky
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Theater Listings for Aug. 12-18 - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
The performers include Kathryn Grody, Neal Huff, Jodie Markell and Victor Slezak. 59E59 Theaters, 59 East 59th Street, (212) 279-4200, 59e59.org. (DeWitt) 'The Talls' (in previews; opens on Monday) Second Stage Theater continues its uptown summer
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Boyd Gaines, Moises Kaufman, Pam MacKinnon, Donna McKechnie, et al. Part of ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
The committee will include actors Kathleen Chalfant, André de Shields, Boyd Gaines, Kathryn Grody, and Donna McKechnie. Directors are represented by Hope Clarke, Michael Greif, Anne Kauffman, Moises Kaufman, Pam MacKinnon, and Susan H. Schulman
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Back Onstage, Grappling With A Classic Storm
NYTimes - over 8 years
IN Mandy Patinkin's world these days there are two tempests: Shakespeare's, in which he stars as Prospero at the Classic Stage Company, and the ever-raging one in his mind. ''There's a lot of darkness in me,'' Mr. Patinkin said, sitting in the living room of his Manhattan apartment, on the border between the Upper West Side and Morningside Heights.
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BIG DEAL; Mandy Patinkin Makes a Move
NYTimes - almost 11 years
AFTER 28 years in the same rented apartment on the Upper West Side, the actor Mandy Patinkin and his wife, the actress Kathryn Grody, are planning a move. Mr. Patinkin said he would have been happy to stay in the apartment, which was rent-stabilized when they moved in nearly three decades ago. But because of changes in the rent stabilization law,
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The Politics of Ibrahim Parlak
NYTimes - almost 12 years
I felt less ''safe'' than ever after reading Alex Kotlowitz's stunning article. I'll take my chances with the character, decency, humanism, pluck and complexity of an Ibrahim Parlak any day, compared with the rigid, obsessional myopia of those persecuting him. I'd rather live in the America that gave Parlak a safe haven. I don't recognize the one
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THEATER REVIEW; A Sugarplum Vision Becomes a Taunting Specter
NYTimes - about 12 years
Tony Roberts, the actor often used by Woody Allen to epitomize suave charm in contrast to his own hapless shlubbery, is almost unrecognizable in the opening moments of Charlotte Moore's revival of Samuel Beckett's ''Endgame,'' which opened last night at the Irish Repertory Theater. At curtain rise, Mr. Roberts is obscured in the totems of soiled
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THEATER REVIEW; Sexual Tension Along the Jersey Shore
NYTimes - over 12 years
Winter Miller's ''The Penetration Play,'' an erotically charged comedy about the flexibility of sexual identity at Mint Space in Manhattan, is produced by 13P, a collective of playwrights who decided to stop complaining about the painfully drawn-out development process for new plays and do something about it. Tired of the workshops and readings
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ON THE TOWNS; GOING OUT
NYTimes - about 15 years
An guide to cultural and recreational goings-on around the state this week. Items may be submitted by mail to On the Towns, Sunday New Jersey Section, The New York Times, 229 West 43d Street, New York, N.Y. 10036; by fax to (212) 556-7219, or by e-mail to njtowns@nytimes.com. Music APPEL FARM ARTS AND MUSIC CENTER Lucy Kaplansky and Ellis Paul.
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Doodles in Bed And Cell Phones HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON had already been to two cocktail-hour events on Monday when she arrived at a fund-raiser at Maxim's for the Women's Campaign Fund, a bipartisan political action committee that supports women candidates who advocate abortion rights. Minutes into the program, a telephone chirped, or bleeped, or
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FILM REVIEW; Damaged, and Stranded on an Island
NYTimes - over 17 years
Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in ''Notting Hill'' may be the year's most adorable screen couple. But in evoking a burgeoning, thorny grown-up relationship laden with heavy baggage, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and David Strathairn run rings around them in John Sayles's powerful, boldly discursive film ''Limbo.'' Playing Donna De Angelo, a
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THEATER REVIEW; Mother's Work Is Never Done, Never Done, Never Done . . .
NYTimes - almost 18 years
She begins her day in a chenille bathrobe and envies her husband the luxury of taking an uninterrupted shower. Her day is an endless medley of dressing children, undressing them, taking one to school, picking him up, mediating their arguments, sprinting when they try to run into the street and generally responding to the call ''Mommy!'' Her sons,
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Focus on the Family In Jewish Arts Festival
NYTimes - over 18 years
ATTENTION, all Schwartz, Weinstein, Cohen, Rousso and Kelman families on Long Island: Operation Mishpaca is waiting to put you in touch with your roots. An innovative addition to the International Jewish Arts Festival of Long Island, which takes place today and tomorrow at the Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center here, Operation Mishpaca will be based
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FILM REVIEW; An Unsuspecting Traveler Loses His Illusions, Step by Harrowing Step
NYTimes - almost 19 years
To the extent that artists are defined by their goals, John Sayles is the most courageous and decent storyteller working in American films today. He proves that again in ''Men With Guns,'' which brings the quiet integrity of Mr. Sayles's ''Lone Star'' to bear upon even more uncompromising material. Set in a nameless Latin American country, this is
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