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Her Off-Broadway credits include Eugene Ionesco's Bald Soprano and Jack or the Submission, Jose Quintero's award winning production of Circle in the Square's The Balcony, as well as Desire Under the Elms and A Moon For the Misbegotten, Shadow of Heroes, Deirdre of the Sorrows, U. She has performed both classics and new plays at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum, L. Her Movie-of-the-Week appearances include From Here to Eternity, Tomorrow's Child, Portrait of A Mistress, The Grace Kelly Story, etc. Jens played the role of Sarah Bernhardt in their critically acclaimed production of Memoir.It’s about finally growing up and knowing what it is you really wanted, then stepping back to realize maybe it’s too late.But as the song’s last lyric hints, “Well, maybe next year.” (Click here to see Judi Dench perform the song.) September Song, , written for Walter Huston (Anjelica’s grandfather), is about the need for shorter courtships after a certain age.Realizing they were meant for each other in their golden years, they sing one delicious lyric after another.My favorite patter: “Are you old enough to marry, do you think? There’s a fascination frantic in a ruin that’s romantic, do you think you are sufficiently decayed? To the matter that you mention, I have given some attention, and I think I am sufficiently decayed.” (Click here to see Groucho and Melinda Marx perform the song.) I’d love to see how Andrea Martin would perform the role of Katisha.