PHOTO CALL: Ellen Burstyn Tells All as Widow Opens on Broadway

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Ellen Burstyn takes her opening night bow in Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All Nov. 17 at the Longacre Theatre in New York City.

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The play, by author Martin Tahse, tells the story of Lucy Marsden, the world's oldest living confederate widow, as she recounts her life from the age of fifteen, when she married a fifty-year old Civil War soldier, to the present day. This production, directed by Don Scardino, transfered from an earlier incarnation at the Globe Theatre in San Diego.

Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All is playing at the Longacre Theatre. It is directed by Don Scardino, with settings by Allen Moyer, lights by Kenneth Posner, costumes by Jane Greenwood, and sound by Peter Fitzgerald. Academy Award-winning actress Ellen Burstyn is the sole perfomer.

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