Catherine Wolf at Cape May Stage

 
Photo: Joe Pannullo
Cape May Stage, NJ
June 17, 2009

The Cherry Lane Theatre
will present actress/writer Catherine Wolf’s one woman show
On Becoming
Directed by Jack Gindi
Musical Director: Paul Trueblood Lighting Designer: Marcia Madeira
Press Representative: Susan L. Schulman

September 23, 24, 25 at 8 PM and 26 at 3 and 8 PM
Tickets: $22.50 go on sale beginning August 24th

Call Telecharge for tickets: 212 239 6200
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“On Becoming” is Catherine’s voyage, through songs and stories, of growing up surrounded by very colorful, famous and talented personalities. Catherine’s role models were her Grandmother Lea Luboshutz, a violinist, who had concertized all over Europe and was brought to America by Sol Hurok, her Great Uncle and Aunt, Pierre Luboshutz and Genia Nemenoff, who were world famous Duo Pianists, and her illustrious Uncle Boris Goldovsky, who for 30 years was heard on the radio every Saturday, discussing the operas during the intermissions of the Metropolitan Opera Broadcast. In this one woman show Catherine brings to life this group of exciting and gifted individuals. Catherine said, with a smile, “At the age of six I realized I’d never be the child prodigy my Grandmother had been. But then I was taken to see the great Kitty Carlisle Hart in “Lady in the Dark” and my life was changed forever. I decided to be an actress.”

Catherine Wolf is an actress as well as Founding Producing Director of The Colleagues Theatre Company. “On Becoming” is Catherine’s voyage, through songs and stories, of growing up surrounded by very colorful, famous and talented personalities. Catherine’s role models were her Grandmother Lea Luboshutz, a violinist, who had concertized all over Europe and was brought to America by Sol Hurok, her Great Uncle and Aunt, Pierre Luboshutz and Genia Nemenoff, who were world famous Duo Pianists, and her illustrious Uncle Boris Goldovsky, who for 30 years was heard on the radio every Saturday, discussing the operas during the intermissions of the Metropolitan Opera Broadcast. In this one woman show Catherine brings to life this group of exciting and gifted individuals. Catherine said, with a smile, “At the age of six I realized I’d never be the child prodigy my Grandmother had been. But then I was taken to see the great Kitty Carlisle Hart in “Lady in the Dark” and my life was changed forever. I decided to be an actress.”

Catherine played Jennifer Connolly’s Mother in the Oscar-nominated film “Little Children” as well appearing in “What’s Your Sign”. On BROADWAY she played leading roles in AN INSPECTOR CALLS (Stephen Daldry, Director), OTHERWISE ENGAGED (Harold Pinter, Director) and THE INNOCENTS (Harold Pinter, Director). OFF-BROADWAY she appeared in CLOUD NINE, BEAU JEST, THE COUNTESS and I CAN’T KEEP RUNNING IN PLACE. Catherine’s TV credits include Law and Order, The Jury, Sex and the City, Oz, and Cagney and Lacey. She has also worked in regional theatres including Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Seattle’s ACT, Folger, Philadelphia Drama Guild, Pittsburgh Public, and Chautauqua Opera Theatre.

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