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Acting After 70
The ability to memorize lines, the higher risk of injury, the sheer effort of doing eight shows a week - Derek Jacobi (almost 75) and Sheila Hancock (80) talk about why, despite those challenges, they and their colleagues like Vanessa Redgrave (76) and James Earl Jones (82) keep coming back to the stage. The Guardian (UK) 09/18/13
Posted September 20, 2013 12:49 AM




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