My Life in 3 Acts

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990 - Actors - 266 pages
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At the age of ninety, Helen Hayes, the acclaimed "first lady of the American theatre", looks back on her life and her career. With wit and candor, she offers deft behind-the-scenes portraits of some of the biggest personalities in Hollywood, as well as critiques on American theatre and Hollywood today.

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This full life of "the First Lady of the American theater" is superior to the two-cassette Audio Renaissance condensation (Audio Reviews, LJ 7/91), narrated by Hayes herself. Here Hayes's actor son ... Read full review

My life in three acts

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Hayes has already written on growing old-- Our Best Years (coauthored with Marion Gladney; LJ 7/84)--and with Thomas Chastain, she has authored a mystery. Now at the age of 89, she looks back on her ... Read full review

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Section 1
1
Section 2
15
Section 3
30
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