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A Hundred Different Ways

A Hundred Different Ways

In 1987, Catherine Russell first stepped on the NYC stage in the play Perfect Crime. Twenty-five years and only four missed performances later, she’s in The Guinness Book of World Records for the most performances by an actor in a single part. But the impact of performing eight times a week, as well as managing the theater and teaching acting classes, demands great personal sacrifices.

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Main credits

Russell, Catherine (interviewee)
McLaughlin, Tim (film producer)

Other credits

Video and photography, Christopher Capozziello, Lauren Hermele, Peter Lundberg; editor, Lauren Hermele; interview camera, Ian Bodenham.

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Distributor subjects

Aging, American Studies, Drama & Theater, New York City, Performance Artists, Relationships, Women Studies


Catherine Russell, Snapple Theater, Perfect Crime, Guinness Book of World Records, Broadway, Off Broadway, Times Square, New York, The Fantastiks, Patrick Robusttelli, New York University, Christopher Capozziello, Lauren Hermele, Peter Lundberg, Rob Finch, Tim McLaughlin, Brian Storm, Margaret Cheatham Williams; "A Hundred Different Ways"; MediaStorm