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Audra McDonald, Nathan Lane, Angela Lansbury, Chita Rivera, F. Murray Abraham, Meryl Streep and More Join Every Act of Life

Audra McDonald, Nathan Lane, Angela Lansbury, Chita Rivera, F. Murray Abraham, Meryl Streep and More Join Every Act of Life
Elaine May,Terrence McNally

Elaine May and Terrence McNally, 1969

“We need to bring the barriers down, not build walls, but tear them down.

We need to start loving one another and see how connected we all really are.

I think that’s the message of art.” Terrence McNally

Terrence McNally, Audra McDonald

Terrence and Audra McDonald

Floating World Pictures (Jeff Kaufman, Marcia S. Ross), with Lakeview Productions and Talu Productions present Every Act of Life, a new documentary on playwright Terrence McNally’s pioneering five decades in the American theatre. With exclusive, intimate access, this is the first documentary about one of the world’s most honored and risk-taking writers, and an immersive exploration of how to make the third act of life as interesting as the first two. Through Mr. McNally’s intimate and adventurous personal journey, the film is a unique inside history of the American theatre; the struggle for LGBT rights; battles with alcohol and cancer; passion, loss, and love; and the continual pursuit of inspiration in life and work.

Zoe Caldwell, Terrence McNally, Angela Lansbury

Zoe Caldwell, Terrence, and Angela Lansbury

Every Act of Life features interviews and performances with a remarkable group of people whose lives have been touched by Terrence: Audra McDonald, Nathan Lane, Angela Lansbury, Chita Rivera, F. Murray Abraham,Christine Baranski, Zoe Caldwell, Tyne Daly, Edie Falco, Billy Porter, Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, John Glover, Anthony Heald, John Benjamin Hickey, John Kander, Roberta Kaplan, Larry Kramer, Rita Moreno, Joe Mantello, Tom Kirdahy, Jack O’Brien, John Slattery, Richard Thomas, Doris Roberts, Paul Libin, Lynne Meadow, Dominic Cuskern, Don Roos, Patrick Wilson, Jon Robin Baitz, Micah Stock, Peter McNally, John Tillinger, and Stanley Tucci, plus the voices of Bryan Cranston (as John Steinbeck), Dan Bucatinsky (as Dr. Pepper in “Bad Habits”), and Meryl Streep (as Terrence’s high school English teacher).

Swoosie Kurtz, Nathan Lane, Christine Baranski, Anthony Heald

Swoosie Kurtz, Nathan Lane, Christine Baranski, Anthony Heald, with Terrence, “Lips Together, Teeth Apart,” 1991

These are the final days to take part in Every Act of Life’s Kickstarter campaign. Please visit the Every Act of Life Kickstarter page to learn more and contribute.


Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

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