Uta Hagen display at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center

This power house on & off stage is now being being celebrated at Lincoln Center Library. If you live in NYC & would like to have the opportunity to see a small part of her personal & professional life, please by all means come for a visit, you will hopefully be impressed. This exhibition on 3rd floor, runs until July 2019.

Teresa Teuscher

Born in Germany, Uta Hagen moved to Madison, Wisconsin, at the age of six. With the exception of several interruptions for study in Europe, Ms. Hagen received most of her schooling in Madison, her home until age sixteen. After training briefly at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, she made her professional debut in 1937 in Dennis, Massachusetts, as “Ophelia” in Eva Le Gallienne’s production of Hamlet.

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