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Hallie Foote

Hallie Foote appears in the following:

"The Trip to Bountiful"

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Actress Cicely Tyson, director Michael Wilson, and Hallie Foote (Horton’s daughter) discuss Horton Foote’s “The Trip to Bountiful.” Cicely Tyson plays a woman trapped in a cramped Houston apartment with her soft-spoken son and out-spoken daughter-in-law, dreaming of a return to the small Gulf Coast town of Bountiful, where she grew up and raised her family. Worried that she’s an imposition and longing to escape her daughter-in-law’s watchful eye, she steals away with her latest pension check and heads home in the journey of a lifetime. “The Trip to Bountiful” is playing at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

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Guest Picks: Hallie Foote

Monday, October 15, 2012

Actress Hallie Foote was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently to talk about starring in the off-Broadway production of "Him," written by her sister Daisy. The chocolate fan also told us what she's been reading and watching recently.

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Daisy and Hallie Foote on "Him"

Monday, October 15, 2012

Daisy Foote talks about writing the play “Him,” which stars her sister Hallie Foote. “Him” explores the institution of the American family. Two siblings struggling to keep the family store afloat must decide which is a priority: their father’s final wishes or their financial stability. It’s playing at Primary Stages through October 28.

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The Orphans' Home Cycle

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Director Michael Wilson, and Hallie Foote, playwright Horton Foote’s daughter, talk about staging "The Orphans' Home Cycle," a nine-play family saga that chronicles the childhood, coming of age, and adulthood of Horace Robedaux, a character based heavily on Horton Foote’s father. "The Orphans' Home Cycle" is presented in ...

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Horton Foote’s “Dividing the Estate”

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Hallie Foote talks about starring in her father Horton Foote’s latest play, "Dividing the Estate." It’s about a family that must deal with its past in order to prepare for its future. It’s gotten great reviews, and it’s now at Lincoln Center Theater through Jan. 4.

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