Eva Le Gallienne

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Noun1.Eva Le Gallienne - United States actress (born in England) (1899-1991)
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The last third of this memoir is devoted to Granger's considerable work in theatre and television, where he starred with Julie Harris in The Heiress, waltzed with Barbara Cook in the 1960 first revival of The King and I at City Center, toured in the National Repertory Theatre with the legendary actress (and "outspoken lesbian") Eva LeGallienne in classics such as The Crucible, The Seagull, and Hedda Gabler, and appeared in Deathtrap and Lanford Wilson's Talley & Company, with the Circle Rep, for which he won an Obie Award.
ON MEETING EVA LEGALLIENNE: The first of my theatrical heroes was Eva LeGallienne, who was a great actress and a remarkable theatrical founder.
Back in 1982, she burst apparently out of nowhere to play the eponymous prince, joining a distinguished group of actresses--including Sarah Bernhardt, Eva LeGallienne and Judith Anderson--who have done so.