Three-time Tony winner Glenn Close will return to the stage in 2014, according to the Washington Post.
Close, who is promoting the film "Low Down" at the Sundance Film Festival, is quoted in the Post as saying, "I am planning a play in the fall."
She did not name the work, explaining, "I'm not sure what the producer's plan is. I think he might want more of a cast before."
Close, an Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award winner and six-time Academy Award nominee, has performed onstage in Sunset Boulevard, Death and the Maiden and The Real Thing. Some of her film credits include "Fatal Attraction" and "Dangerous Liaisons," and her TV credits include "Damages" and "The Shield."
"The world that it is in is a world I know very well," she added. "It's just a very complex play. It's very challenging. It's like somebody said, 'A mountain of a play.' I'm not coming back in a musical."
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