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Actress Faye Dunaway was reported to be very unprofessional during her short stint as a solo star in the play “Tea at Five,” before he was dismissed from the production.
In July, Dunaway was the release of the Broadway-bound production in which she played Katharine Hepburn in the revival of Matthew Lombardo’s play. However, there was a lack of information as to why the veteran actress was fired as a result.
In a statement released to Deadline at the time, as well as producers, Ben Feldman, Scott Beck, said: “The producers of ” Tea at Five”) today announced that they have made in their relationship, ended with Faye Dunaway.”
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A new report from TMZ, it helps shine a light on the reason as to why the producers decided to cut ties with the 78-year-old actress. According to reports obtained by dividing the power outlet, the Oscar winner’s behavior at the opening ceremony, with performances of the play in Boston had been less than stellar.
TMZ reported that the actress is being bombarded on stage by the question of her lines in front of a live audience. She is said to have stopped a show in order to complain about the lighting, and are often railed against as the back-stage crew, as soon as she walked in the door. The outlet notes of incidents, in which, in spite of the fact that the fed lines through an earpiece, and the actress is reportedly all went wrong. In another incident, she would have asked a member of the audience in the front row for the removal of the hat on their knee, because it was disturbing her.
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Faye Dunaway was fired from the Broadway-bound production for the allegedly unprofessional behavior.
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Representing Dunaway, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.
Even though the game is not for the Broadway show, the producers have revealed plans for a debut in London’s desirable West End, at the beginning of next year, with a new actress in Dunaway’s old role.
When the project was first announced in December, and on the same day, in the play of “the Network”, a stage adaptation of the 1976 film that scored Dunaway is an academy award – has opened on Broadway.
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“Tea At Five” was to be helmed by Tony-nominated director John Tillinger, and it would be Dunaway’s first return to Broadway after a nearly 40-year absence.
Fox News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.