Joanna Gleason made her Broadway debut in 1977 in “I Love My Wife” and won a 1988 Tony Award for “Into the Woods.” Two years ago, she appeared in Boston in the Huntington Theatre Company’s world-premiere production of “Sons of the Prophet.” Now the 63-year-old Gleason, who is married to actor Chris Sarandon , is trying something new. Next weekend, she will perform “An Evening With Joanna Gleason” at the Art House in Provincetown. The program includes “Bloom,” a one-act solo play written for her by “Sex and the City” creator Michael Patrick King, a chat onstage with host Seth Rudetsky , and songs performed with Well-Strung, the string quartet in residence at the Art House this summer.
Embracing cabaret and the Cape
By Patti Hartigan| Globe Correspondent June 22, 2013
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