UTA

Uta Hagen (1919–2004).
Alfred Lunt and Uta Hagen in “The Seagull” (1938).
Paul Robeson and Uta Hagen in “Othello” (1943).
Jose Ferrer and Uta Hagen in “Angel Street” (1948).
Uta Hagen in “The Country Girl” and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen in a classroom at the HB Studios in Greenwich Village.

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