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Lauren Graham Set for Once in a Lifetime, 05.08.02 ...


Gilmore Girlsís Lauren Graham will headline the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of George Kaufman and Moss Hartís Once in a Lifetime, according to a production spokesperson.

Graham has received a Golden Globe nomination and two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for her acclaimed performance in Gilmore Girls. She previously starred in the television series Conrad Bloom, Townies and M.Y.O.B.. Her film credits include One True Thing and Sweet November.

Once in a Lifetime was the first collaboration by Kaufman and Hart, the team that went on to pen such classics as You Canít Take It with You and The Man Who Came to Dinner. The plot centers on three vaudevillians who set out for to seek their fortune.

Broadway.com has learned that, in addition to Graham, Kristine Nielsen, Mary Catherine Garrison, Lewis J. Stadlen and Dylan Baker will all appear in the WTF production of the comedy.

Once in a Lifetime, directed by Michael Greif, is scheduled to run on WTFís Main Stage from July 3 through July 14.

About "Once in a Lifetime"
Itís Hollywood or bust (mostly bust) as three vaudevillians set out for tinsel town to seek their fortune. This rollicking spoof is the first collaboration by Americaís masters of funny Moss Hart and George S. Kauffman. The only stops are for laughs on this loony trips that takes us from New York on a cross-country train to a Hollywood sound stage, all in the lush grandeur for which WTF is renowned. Helmed by Michael Greif, director of last seasonís Street Scene.

About the Williamstown Theatre Festival
Nestled in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, the Williamstown Theatre Festival is a summer-long celebration of theater that brings together a vast and impressive array of artists and offers audiences varied cultural experiences.

From mid-June through late-August every summer, WTF presents over two hundred performances of classic and new plays on its Main and Nikos Stages, outdoor Free Theatre, Cabaret, and countless readings, workshops, and other special events including a program for youngsters in North Adams called the Greylock Theatre Project. Since the Festival was founded in 1955, many WTF productions have transferred to Broadway, Off-Broadway and to regional theatres around the nation.
Credit: Broadway.com


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