VIDEO: First Look - Trailer for Bernadette Peters' COMING UP ROSES
In Coming Up Roses, Peters stars as Diane, described as "a domineering, washed-up actress whose attempt to solo parent her daughter leads the two on a cross-country road trip in which they confront bad neighborhoods, money woes, failed love affairs and depression."
Peters has won numerous accolades including two Tony Awards, a Golden Globe, two Grammy Awards, three Emmy nominations and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Peters received both the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for her performance in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, "Song and Dance." She earned her second Tony Award for her performance in "Annie Get You're Gun."
Her career also boasts an impressive list of television credits including, guest starring roles on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and "Ugly Betty," and also starred in Lifetime TV's "Living Proof." Peters has lit up the silver screen in 17 films throughout her distinguished career. Among her film credits are: "The Jerk," "Annie," "The Longest Yard," "Silent Movie," "Pink Cadillac," "Slaves of New York," Woody Allen's "Alice," "Impromptu," "It Runs in the Family," and the soon to be released film, "Coming Up Roses." Peters has recorded six solo albums including the Grammy-nominated "Bernadette Peters Loves Rodgers & Hammerstein," "Sondheim," "Etc: Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall" and "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight," in addition to numerous Original Broadway Cast recordings.
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