Esteemed actress Nora Dunn returns to her roots with two local stage productions
In the quiet confines above the Drury Lane Theatre, actress Nora Dunn enjoys sweet solitude while preparing for her starring role in the comedy Boeing-Boeing. It’s a fun and lighthearted production, centered on a Parisian playboy pilot and his multiple fiancees, with Dunn as the harried housekeeper trying to keep her boss’s escapades in check.
The humor of the show is a perfect match for Dunn, known early in her career for her many character roles on Saturday Night Live. But she takes on stage and screen as a comic actress with a serious streak, admittedly more comfortable in roles where she receives direction, and has
made a name in the industry for her outstanding strength as a supporting actress, opposite some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
“You know I didn’t really take any of it seriously until I was about 25 years old,” Dunn says of acting. “I have an interesting family, and we all were funny, all told stories, we played in character.”
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