Saturday, May 28, 2005

Women in Theatre interview with Rosemary Harris

In this 2002 video interview, Rosemary Harris speaks about her career on the stage and screen on both sides of the Atlantic, the state of American theatre, and a little about her private life. Highlights include her coup de foudre story with John Ehle and her description of the family log cabin in North Carolina. There's also a sweet anecdote about her very first performance as a little girl in India/Pakistan.

She mentions Jennifer Ehle when talking about how she needed advice from her daughter about screen acting since it's quite new to her, and also how they shared their roles in Sunshine and Camomile Lawn. In the latter, they wore the same perfume and earrings.

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