Glenn Close

Saturday, June 08, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to award-nominated actress Glenn Close. She is a lyric soprano who has sung the national anthem four times at Shea Stadium and was part of a singing group called The Fingernails. She discusses her career on stage and the success of her films The World According to Garp, The Natural, and The Big Chill. She also discusses her work in Broadway musicals. They talk about Nathalie Sarraute and her works. Ms. Close discusses the musical selections she chose.

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