Tea at Five

by  Matthew Lombardo

Monologues

ISBN: 978-0-573-62395-0

Matthew Lombardo

Biographical monologue

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Tea at Five captures the fiery spirit of Katherine Hepburn in a one-woman show that recounts her journey from a well-heeled Yankee childhood to winner of four Oscars. Ensconced at her belov…

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Tea at Five captures the fiery spirit of Katherine Hepburn in a one-woman show that recounts her journey from a well-heeled Yankee childhood to winner of four Oscars. Ensconced at her beloved Fenwick home, Ms. Hepburn reflects on the dizzying heights and emotional lows of her upbringing, her adventures in show business and her heartbreaking romance with Spencer Tracy. Audiences leave with new memories of one of the most dearly loved ladies of an era.
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Reviews

"Marvelous! Well-written!" -The New York Times

"Skillfully written and sheer fun!"-New York Daily News

"Hepburn would love it! Honors without sentimentalizing."-Boston Globe

"A poignant exploration of the universal joy and anguish of love."-Variety

"A tour de force! Dazzling! A compelling, loving portrayal."-Providence Journal

"Amazing."-New London Day

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Matthew Lombardo

Matthew Lombardo is a New York based playwright whose work has earned him national recognition. Broadway credits include High starring Academy and Tony Award nominee Kathleen Turner at the Booth Theatre and Looped starring Valerie Harper in a Tony nominated performance as Tallulah Ban ...

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