PHOTO CALL: Letters to God Gets Visit By Theatre Goddess and Granddaughter

News   PHOTO CALL: Letters to God Gets Visit By Theatre Goddess and Granddaughter Tony Award winning actress Jane Alexander made a recent trip to Off-Broadway's Lamb's Theatre to treat her granddaughter to a matinee performance of the popular new musical Children's Letters to God.

The musical, which is inspired by the best-selling book of the same name, is based on actual letters of young people writing to “the Big G.” In addition to appearing in and winning a 1968 Tony for The Great White Hope, considered the first show to transfer from a regional house (Arena Stage) to Broadway, Alexander has been featured in numerous films and has also served as chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.

Children's Letters to God is currently enjoying an open-ended run at The Lamb’s Theatre on West 44th Steet in New York City.


Jane Alexander (center, standing), with her granddaughter (necklace) with the cast of <i>Children's Letters to God</i>
Jane Alexander (center, standing), with her granddaughter (necklace) with the cast of Children's Letters to God
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