Ann, Created by and Starring "Two and a Half Men" Star Holland Taylor, Begins Kennedy Center Run Dec. 17

News   Ann, Created by and Starring "Two and a Half Men" Star Holland Taylor, Begins Kennedy Center Run Dec. 17
Emmy winner Holland Taylor, who is part of the cast of the much-in-the-news TV series "Two and a Half Men," stars in Ann, a one-woman play about the life of the late Texas Governor Ann Richards, which begins a limited engagement at the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater Dec. 17.

Holland Taylor in Ann.
Holland Taylor in Ann. Photo by Digitalegacy

Billed as a "pre-Broadway engagement," performances will continue through Jan. 15, 2012; opening night is scheduled for Dec. 21. Taylor also wrote the play; Bob Boyett produces.

Directed by Benjamin Klein, the production also features scenic design by Michael Fagin, lighting design by Matthew Richards, projection design by Zachary Borovay, sound design by Ken Huncovsky and wig design by Paul Huntley

Ann, press note state, is an "inspiring and hilarious play that brings you face to face with a complex, colorful and captivating character bigger than the state from which she hailed. Holland Taylor takes the audience on a journey, swirling together the past and present to reunite Ann Richards with old friends and introduce her to a new generation."

Taylor spent three years "doing the extensive research that forms the basis of this play, crisscrossing the country interviewing people who knew the Governor of Texas, watching countless hours of video coverage, and, thanks to the University of Texas Archives, poring over reams of Richards’ personal and public papers. Taylor's greatest resources, however, were the family, friends, staff and colleagues of Governor Richards, who were unfailingly helpful, kind, and tolerant — and who allowed her to 'know' Ann Richards through them."

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