But for actors forging original roles, the bonding can be especially intense.That was certainly the case for Tony Award winners Victoria Clark and Kelli O’Hara.He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Chad Harlow in 2000; one grandson, Trent Harlow in 2001; one brother, Dennis; and five sisters: Ardith, Millie, Erlene, Rachel and Alice.
In 2005, they starred as mother and daughter in Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas’ seminal, quasi-operatic musical at City Center from April 28–29.
Ted Sperling conducts the piece, in which O’Hara plays the doomed mythical heroine with the famous lament (“When I am laid in earth”), while Clark plays a scheming sorceress intent on Dido’s doom.
When I did go to play her daughter, we had to rethink our relationship in such a massive way. KO: We never address each other in any other way, but I don’t think it’s a joke or a nickname.
She became a huge mentor for me; she mothered me in the most generous and trustworthy way. We’re constantly reappearing in each other’s lives, sometimes by choice and sometimes by fate. VICTORIA CLARK: A lot of people have asked me about this.
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