Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Jane Fonda's Live and Onstage next week on Broadway in the New Play "33 Variations"!

The last time Jane Fonda appeared on Broadway, John F. Kennedy was still in the White House and “Barbarella” was just a gleam in Roger Vadim’s eye. And now in just one week that Ms. Fonda will make her return to Broadway, after a 46-year absence, in “33 Variations,” a new play by Moisés Kaufman that is scheduled to open Monday 2/9 at 8pm. Ms. Fonda, 70, will star in the play as a musicologist studying the work of Beethoven; she was last seen on Broadway in a 1963 revival of “Strange Interlude.” The show will also mark the Broadway playwriting debut of Mr. Kaufman, who was nominated for a Tony in 2004 for his direction of Doug Wright’s “I Am My Own Wife.” It's about time that Ms. Fonda is back on the boards although it would have been nice if it were in August: Osage County! But I am sure this play will utilize all of her talents. Now if she would just return to the screen. So many parts out there and if she can get them made please! Ms Fonda return to the big screen too!
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