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Uta Hagen

About The Author

Uta Hagen (1919–2004) was a German American actress and theatre practitioner who made her Broadway debut in 1938. She starred in over twenty Broadway productions, including Othello, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The recipient of the National Medal of Honor for the Arts in 2003 and winner of three Tony Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award, Hagen taught for over forty years at the HB Studio in New York and was one of the most renowned and respected acting teachers of the 20th century.

Books by Uta Hagen