The show has been preserved as an audio CD by HighBridge Audio. The two disc set was released on Sept. 22. Tea at Five may also find an extended life as a television film. As previously reported, producer Richard Fischoff is being offered the project and Peter Bogdanovich is being sought as director.
Tea at Five concerns actress Katharine Hepburn, who died on June 29. Act One of the play offers a young Kate in 1938; Act Two shows the actress in her post-Spencer Tracy period. The setting is Hepburn's home in her Fenwick Estate in Old Saybrook, CT.