And those AGTA Spectrum Awards magazine covers just keep coming! I’ve just added one more to the gallery. This time it’s from the February 2014 issue of the Canadian publication Jewellery Business. Isn’t Marg just stunning?
Great news for Marg fans! Today the Warner Archive released “Where Are My Children?” on DVD. It is currently retailing for $18.95 and is a made-to-order DVD.
For those unfamiliar with the film, here’s a synopsis from Warner Archive:
Emmy Award® winner Marg Helgenberger gives a powerhouse performance in Where Are My Children?, an incredible-but-true story costarring Corbin Bernsen and Christopher Noth. A single mother working two jobs to support her young family, Vanessa Meyer is suddenly arrested by the FBI and accused of a petty crime. Serving a brief prison sentence, she returns home to discover her three kids have been seized by a criminal ring and put up for adoption. Running down leads to their whereabouts, Vanessa never gives up hope as she devotees the next two decades of her life to finding her missing children.
For additional information and to add this DVD to your collection, please visit warnerarchive.com.
In a new video posted by Barrington Stage Company, Marg discusses her experience performing in Sharr White’s psychological thriller, THE OTHER PLACE at BSC in Pittsfield, MA.
Just a few of the rave reviews about the play:
“Helgenberger gives an intense, affecting performance” ~Albany Times Union
“Christopher Innvar…uses the stage like a master puppeteer and…is able to keep things growing in front of an audience in a play about inner and outer conflicts. He has a sure hand in works like these.” ~Berkshire Bright Focus
“Helgenberger crafts a gutsy, courageous, meticulously calibrated performance” ~The Berkshire Eagle
“a riveting 90 minutes of suspenseful theatre…this is a theatrical journey well worth taking.”~Berkshire On Stage
“Sharr White has meticulously crafted this play into a lovely theatrical maze which takes us on a wild ride…you may even leave the theatre a different person than when you arrived.” ~Broadway World
“a deft and provocative family drama imbued with psychological mystery…Marg Helgenberger fully inhabits Juliana’s many wildly fluctuating emotional states.” ~Arts Fuse
“Langdon’s emotional depth serves as the effective foil to Helgenberger’s emotional intensity…a riveting 90 minutes of uninterrupted, highly-charged exploration into the very essence of self.” ~CurtainUp
I’ve got a small gallery update to share this morning. I had already posted the text from the online interview from Spry Magazine a couple of weeks ago but just finally got my hands on a printed copy as well.
In addition to the magazine scans, I’ve also scanned in pages of the program from “The Other Place” that mention Marg’s name.