Uta Hagen

Sunday, February 08, 1987

Lloyd Moss talks to actress Uta Hagen about her career in the theater and as a drama teacher. Moss mentions one of her students, Charles Nelson Reilly and she tells an anecdote about working with him. Ms. Hagen mentions some of her relatives who were musicians or otherwise involved with music and she discusses the musical selections she chose.


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