September 04, 2015

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Why Tony Nominee Edie Falco Is Bananas for The House of Blue Leaves

Edie Falco talks about the collaboration that went into creating her Tony-nominated performance in The House of Blue Leaves, and why she wanted to play a part — any part — in the revival of the John Guare classic.








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