Feldshuh, who is currently starring in William Gibson's Golda's Balcony, will discuss the impact of Golda Meir on the Middle East. The one-woman show plays the Helen Hayes Theatre, 240 W. 44th Street. Feldshuh received Tony Award nominations for her work in Yentl, Sarava and Lend Me a Tenor. Her theatre roles have also garnered the actress four Drama Desk Awards (including one for Golda's Balcony), four Outer Critics Circle Awards, an Obie and a Theatre World Award.
The Jan. 23 broadcast will also pay tribute to the late Dorothy Loudon, the Tony-winning actress-singer who lost her battle with cancer Nov. 15. Loudon, who won her Tony for her performance as the boozy Miss Hannigan in the original cast of Annie, also appeared on Broadway in Nowhere to Go But Up, Noël Coward's Sweet Potato, The Fig Leaves Are Falling, Three Men On a Horse, The Women, Ballroom, Sweeney Todd, The West Side Waltz, Noises Off, Jerry's Girls, Comedy Tonight and, briefly, Dinner at Eight.
Hosted by New York Post theatre columnist Michael Riedel and producer Susan Haskins, "Theatre Talk" airs late Friday nights at midnight on WNET/Thirteen.