This ribald quote, typical of Tallulah Bankhead , the flamboyant Alabama-born actress and personality who entertained and scandalized the public until her death in , is so graphic it leaves nothing to the imagination. Yet in spite of her outrageous declarations, the details of Bankhead's relationships with women have remained shrouded in mystery -- notorious, but not confirmed. The mystery endures, but Sandra Ryan Heyward 's new one-woman play "Tallulah" starring the lively Kathleen Turner and two recent books of tell-all Hollywood gossip offer up some compelling evidence, generally not known outside Bankhead's wild New York and Hollywood party crowd, that she more than earned her bragging rights. In "Tallulah" at the Curran Theatre through Feb. But typical of all things Tallulah, these comments raise more questions.
Children of stars do the best imitations. Lucie Arnaz can do Lucy Ricardo almost as well as the original. And Cheryl Crane can do her mother Lana Turner, and she knows it. The tall, cool blonde bent over a coffee table in her Pacific Heights penthouse and stretched her long arms--reaching for something.
Browse our picks. Visit our Black History Month section. By day Abby Russell is a dedicated nurse, someone you wouldn't hesitate to trust your life with. But by night, her real work begins When a younger nurse starts to suspect Abby's actions and compromises her master plan, Abby must find a way to outsmart her long enough to bring the cheater you'd least expect to justice.