Saturday, June 03, 2006

Lady Macbeth goes punk

Spot Jennifer Ehle. This is from a reunion of past Tony award winners as part of their 60th anniversary celebrations. The photo's by Sara Krulwich for the New York Times.


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Clue: talking in class (tsk tsk).

Cor, blimey! Just as we were enthusing about her cool new cut!

There are more photos at Wireimage but unless you have a subscription or superacute vision, it's impossible to pick her out from the group photos.

The Tony's site has this on their calendar:
June 1
Reunion Photo

It's history in the making! Performers who have won Tony Awards over the past 59 years will gather in a Broadway theatre for a group photograph, then head to Sardi's Restaurant for refreshments and reminiscing.

They also have galleries from the shoot. That link goes to a massive group one; the photo below is found in "The Tony Reunion Photo Shoot - part 5" in the scrolldown menu.


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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG Her Hair!!!! Talking is a no no, but because she's talking to Patti Lupone it's okay :)

Michelle said...

Cute with the hat BUT I don't think I like the buzz cut. Perhaps it's for a role? Or maybe she's looking ahead to the play and thinking about keeping cool outside in the humidity of NY.

Jennite said...

Chels & I reckon it's for when Lady Macbeth goes insane. Or maybe at "Come, you spirits / that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here!", she whips off her wig ;)

I think it's interesting. Need a closer look sans hat.

Gwen said...

I can understand shaving her head for Macbeth. A big theme in the play is masculinity--and Lady Macbeth certainly isn't a femminine character.

Anonymous said...

Yo I am soo jealous that she got to do this - it's something that I have always wanted to do! Either she is a dedicated actress or just really awesome... either way JE is a winner in my book

Chelsea said...

I think the hair is hot

Anonymous said...

What will she do? She won't be able to run her hands through her hair when she is nervous!

Jennite said...

Hey people, if you click "other" when commenting you can put in your name or nick without having to register.