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FILE - In this April 5, 2012 file photo, actress Glenne Headly arrives at the private reception for the "Alan Cumming Snaps" fine art photography collection in West Hollywood, Calif. Headly, an early member of the renowned Steppenwolf Theatre Company who went on to star in films and on TV, died Thursday night, according to her agent. She was 62. No cause of death or location was immediately available. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, File)

In Memory of Glenne Headly: 1955-2017

An Emmy-nominated actress (for Lonesome Dove and Bastard out of Carolina), Headly found her groove on Chicago stage, where she was part of the Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble from 1979-2005 and won four Jeff Awards for her stage work. And The Band Played On Around the Bend Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen Dick Tracy (1990) […]

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Project Playbill

Join Project Playbill!

Each summer, talented local teens put on a play at the library.  There’s a role for everyone whether it’s writing, acting, directing, creating sets and costumes, or running the lights and sound.  We work hard, but also have fun! 2010 Playbill Schedule June 28 – July 31 Rehearsals take place 1:00-3:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and […]

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Being Julia

Annette Bening is just plain classy…as a woman, as an actress, as a working mother, etc. Her role in Being Julia is about a classy stage actress in 1930s London. Does the character resemble the real life woman? Well, honestly I don’t know since I am not on personal terms with Ms. Bening. But, I’m […]

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Indiscreet

An American businessman (Cary Grant) visiting London falls in love with a London stage actress (Ingrid Bergman). The only problem is that he is married…or is he? This confusion leads to a hilarious ending of mistaken identity and comical twists. This is Grant and Bergman’s second pairing (the first being 1946’s Notorious). Years have not […]

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