Interview with actress and teacher, Uta Hagen. Uta Hagen created the role of Martha in Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," the role of Georgie in Odets' "The Country Girl," and her "Uta's Ten Minute Chocolate Mousse." This extraordinary actress, teacher, cook, gardener, lover of life and nature talks about acting, cooking, teaching, her concerns about the theater and tells some hilarious tales from her life. In this series "The Passionate Theatre," host Marjorie DeFazio talks with actors, directors, and writer in search of the passionate theatre.
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