Tudi Roche
American actor
Tudi Roche
Tudi Joanne Roche is an American singer and actress best known for her recurring role on Home Improvement as Jill Taylor's sister Carrie (she and Patricia Richardson share a strong resemblance). She also has three Broadway shows to her credit. She attended Texas Christian University but did not graduate and is married to Richard Karn, who played Al on the show. They have one son, Cooper Karn Wilson.
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Last Chance
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Here is a sampling of shows and art exhibitions in the New York metropolitan region that close soon: Closing This Weekend "SOPHISTRY," Playwrights Horizons, 416 West 42d Street, Clinton. Drama about a college professor accused of sexual harassment. Directed by Jonathan Marc Sherman. Through Sunday. Performances: Tonight at 8; tomorrow at 3 and 8
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Last Chance
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Here is a sampling of shows and art exhibitions in the New York metropolitan region that close soon: Closing This Weekend "THE DESTINY OF ME," Circle Repertory Company at the Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher Street, Greenwich Village. Larry Kramer's companion piece to his "Normal Heart." With Jonathan Hadary, Tom McBride, Anthony Rapp and
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Theater in Review
NYTimes - almost 24 years
The View From Here Lamb's Little Theater 130 West 44th Street Manhattan Through March 28 By Margaret Dulaney; directed by Matt Williams; set by Michael Anania; costumes by Elsa Ward; lighting by Michael Gilliam; sound by Tristan Wilson; production stage manager, Karen Moore. Presented by the Lamb's Theater Company, Carolyn Rossi Copeland, producing
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Stage: 'Harrigan 'n Hart' Opens at the Longacre
NYTimes - about 32 years
MIDWAY Through Act I of ''Harigan 'n Hart,'' the new musical at the Longacre, the 19th century American vaudevillian Edward Harrigan imagines a brand new breed of entertainment. ''Something New, Something Different'' is the title of the song that Harrigan (Harry Groener) sings, and what it promises is a novel theatrical form in which populist
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THEATER: 'PREPPIES,' A MUSICAL SATIRE
NYTimes - over 33 years
''PREPPIES,'' the new musical that opened last night at the Promenade Theater, might have an appeal for past and promising preppies, but for others the interest should be largely academic. In keeping with the subject matter, the show is intentionally traditional, upholding the J. Press dress code of button-down shirts, khakis and loafers. For one
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