Kate – The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn

2020-11-20 8:00 pm - 2020-11-20 9:00 pm

Kate– The Unexamined Life of Katharine Hepburn
By Rick Foster

Unconventional, independent, and formidable, Katharine Hepburn was raised by her parents to speak out, sharpen her mind, and engage the world fully. In this digital theatre adaptation, Janis Stevens plays the iconic American actress at the age of 92 on New Year’s Eve 1999. As Kate reflects on her life, her loves and her Hollywood memories, she reveals uncharted emotional waters, exposing a side of Ms. Hepburn audiences have never seen.

Age Recommendation: 14+. Adult situations and language.

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