To many she's Mrs. Carol Brady, to others a Broadway songstress.
Florence Henderson will speak about her career on TV and stage in a live on stage interview May. 4 at 8 p.m. at the Edgerton Center at Sacred Heart university in Fairfield.
Henderson’s stage credits include her Broadway bow in 1952's "Wish You Were Here," followed by the 1953 revival of "Oklahoma!," "Fanny" and Noel Coward's “The Girl Who Came to Supper.” She also starred in countless touring shows, including performances at the Westport Country Playhouse.
On TV, she was the “Today Girl” on NBC's Today Show and the first woman to host “The Tonight Show.” TV credits include “Samantha Who?” and made-for-television specials, such as the critically acclaimed movie of the week for Hallmark, “Ladies of the House” and RLTV Network's” Florence Henderson Show” currently airing on DirectTV. Her most famous TV role was that of Carol Brady in “The Brady Bunch.”
Tickets are $25; seniors/Faculty/Staff: $15
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