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==Productions at William & Mary==
 
==Productions at William & Mary==
*1970: ''Twelfth Night''--Ophelia
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*1971: ''Man of La Mancha''--Antonia; ''You Can't Take It With You''--Alice
 
*1971: ''Man of La Mancha''--Antonia; ''You Can't Take It With You''--Alice
*1972: ''The Miser''--Francine; ''Antony and Cleopatra''--Cleopatra, also a small part as a boy
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*1972: ''The Miser''--Francine; ''Antony and Cleopatra''--Cleopatra, also a small part as a boy; ''Common Glory''--Eileen Gordon
*1973: ''Brigadoon''--Fiona MacLaren; ''The Trojan Women''--Hecuba; ''The Sea Gull''--Irini Nikolayevna Arkadina; ''The House of Bernarda Alba''--Bernarda
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*1973: ''Brigadoon''--Fiona MacLaren; ''The Trojan Women''--Hecuba; ''The Seagull''--Irina Nikolayevna Arkadina; ''The House of Bernarda Alba''--Bernarda; ''Common Glory''--Eileen Gordon
*1974: ''Anything Goes''--Charity; ''The Alchemist''--Dol Common
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==References==
 
==References==
*''Glenn Close, 1970-1999'', Series 1, Subseries 5, Box 5, Folder 18, Department of Theatre, Speech, and Dance Records, UA 59, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.  
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Latest revision as of 17:16, 9 September 2019

Glenn Close (born 1947) is an award-winning actress.

Ms. Close attended the College of William and Mary where she was involved in campus theatrical productions through the Dept. of Theatre, Speech, and Dance and the Common Glory. She graduated in 1974 a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Ms. Close was the 1989 Commencement speaker.

Productions at William & Mary

  • 1970: Twelfth Night--Olivia
  • 1971: Man of La Mancha--Antonia; You Can't Take It With You--Alice
  • 1972: The Miser--Francine; Antony and Cleopatra--Cleopatra, also a small part as a boy; Common Glory--Eileen Gordon
  • 1973: Brigadoon--Fiona MacLaren; The Trojan Women--Hecuba; The Seagull--Irina Nikolayevna Arkadina; The House of Bernarda Alba--Bernarda; Common Glory--Eileen Gordon
  • 1974: Anything Goes--Charity; The Alchemist--Doll Common

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

References

  • Glenn Close, 1970-1999, Series 1, Subseries 5, Box 5, Folder 18, Department of Theatre, Speech, and Dance Records, UA 59, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, William & Mary.


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