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A play sheds light on how the First Lady, who was raised with the traditional ideas of women's roles, managed to escape those constraints and become a leading voice on issues of war, peace, and human rights. Performed by Jean Stapleton.
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This play has thrilled audiences to standing room only theaters across the country. Eleanor Roosevelt has come alive for theater goers. Ms. Stapleton's remarkable performance has humor, history, and what has been called a true to life depiction of Mrs. Roosevelt.From the Inside Flap:
As Eleanor Roosevelt, the woman who became known as the "First Lady of the World," Jean Stapleton takes us on a voyage of discovery and growth. This commanding performance perfectly captures her public toughness versus her private frailty.
An L.A. Theatre Works performance starring Jean Stapleton.
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