Sarah Jessica Parker On Juggling Theatre Gigs With Motherhood & Future Plans
Stage and screen star Sarah Jessica Parker reflects on her recent stage performance in THE COMMONS OF PENSACOLA as well as looks ahead to potentially taking on another play in the future as part of a new interview.
Looking back at her work with the Manhattan Theatre Club, including her most recent Off-Broadway role, Parker shares, "It's wonderful. This is the fourth time I worked there. I did my first play there in 1978."
Parker continues, "Obviously I have affection for Lynne [Meadow] and Barry [Grove]. I've had successful experiences there and less successful experiences there, but I certainly feel that it's a home of sorts."
Additionally, Parker says of her experience with THE COMMONS OF PENSACOLA, "This was extraordinary, and I have loved it, even at my most terrified moments. But it has been challenging for my children. I've been gone at times they've been very accustomed to me being with them. It sounds like not a big deal but it has proved to be a big deal for them."
Parker concludes of fitting in a Broadway return - or at least another play - sometime soon, saying, "I would certainly like to and I've just recently read another great play, but I have to think about how it fits into my family's life."
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