/ Modified mar 9, 2012 3:09 p.m.

A Woman of Independent Means

A conversation with stage and screen actress Susan Clark about bringing her one-woman show to the Invisible Theater in Tucson, March 9th - 11th.

Susan Clark Portrait 2012 Susan Clark (PHOTO: harcfoundation.org)

Although actress and producer Susan Clark starred in films opposite leading men like Clint Eastwood, Robert Redford, and Burt Lancaster, she is probably best known for starring with her real-life husband Alex Karras - and a young Emmanuel Lewis - in the 1980s sitcom Webster.

Since that time, Susan Clark has been active on the stage, most recently traveling across the country performing solo in A Woman of Independent Means, a chamber play written by Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey. That is what brings Susan Clark to Tucson March 9th through the 11th for a run at The Invisible Theater...


Tucson's Invisible Theater presents Susan Clark starring in A Woman of Independent Means March 9th through March 11th.

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