Seen on Broadway : Donna Murphy is not an actress. She is a shape-shifter, a chameleon, and, quite possibly, a sorceress. Over the years, she’s turned up as a neurotic Italian spinster, a proper English governess, a sultry prostitute, a Eurasian adventuress, an amnesiac Amelia Earhart, and Helen of Troy. Each role has been accompanied by a total change of appearance. Once again, she is working her magic, this time as that all-American wisecracker Ruth Sherwood in the 1953 musical Wonderful ...

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