The film’s star was on her way to being a teacher when she landed the role. Now she’s part of a conversation about Indigenous people and inequality.
How her outsize presence — and that “Hello, Dolly!” cast album — helped entice a burgeoning theater critic to New York.
Theater colleagues recalled Ms. Channing, the Broadway legend who died Tuesday, as a tireless performer and promoter who had little use for doctors’ orders.
Ms. Channing first drew praise for “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” and went on to play the title role in “Hello, Dolly!” more than 4,500 times.
A producer and star of both shows, she found herself at the heart of two of television’s most intensely examined recent controversies.
The actor, considered a potential Oscar contender for his performance as a flawed but loving father, says, “We don’t see enough of those men and they do exist.”
The Australian actress also stars in “Dumplin’” alongside Jennifer Aniston.
In 1978 Vanessa Redgrave castigated “Zionist hoodlums” in her acceptance speech, Paddy Chayefsky castigated her, and protesters and counterprotesters took to the streets.
Goode talks about playing a vampire in “A Discovery of Witches.” He also discusses the “Downton Abbey” movie and bidding farewell to “The Crown.”