Kristin attended The Project Cuddle Benefit ‘A Night on Broadway at The Best Man’ at The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on September 7, 2012 in New York City. Also out to support the cause was John Stamos, James Earl Jones and Chris Noth. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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I’ve added four production stills featuring Kristin as Mabel Cantwell from the Gore Vidal’s Broadway production, The Best Man. The production also features John Stamos, James Earl Jones and Cybill Shepherd. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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Former Sex and the City actress, Kristin Davis is currently starring in Broadway’s The Best Man, while taking care of adopted daughter Gemma Rose who she became a mother to last summer. She told People magazine:
“The show is at night most of the days, so I spend all morning and all day with her then I go do the show at night. It’s actually [a] really great schedule for a mum. I’m able to be with her and have a job, which is rare and wonderful.”
The 47-year-old actress continued: “She’s trying to walk – she hasn’t walked totally alone, but she walks with furniture. She’s doing great. I’m not trying to push her. Especially as a single mum, you have to be really on your toes. Once they start moving around as well, you can’t be foggy.”
Kristin added: There are so many things that can happen, so it gives me such peace of mind to know that there’s something I can take that’s healthy. Zarbee’s coats my throat gently, doesn’t affect my performance and doesn’t affect me getting up at 6 a.m. with my baby.”
“In L.A. we have a big bin of books and a big bin of toys and in the morning, when we go to play, she goes for the book bin. I’m very proud of her.”
Be sure to check your local listings because Cybill Shepherd, John Stamos, and Kristin Davis will be appearing on Good Morning America tomorrow morning to promote The Best Man! We will try to have screen captures and the interview uploaded onto the site.
Broadway is about to get a little more of Uncle Jesse, Maddie, and Charlotte when John Stamos, Cybill Shepherd, and Kristin Davis join the cast of the twice-extended revival of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man.
The newcomers to the show will step into the roles currently played by Eric McCormack, Candice Bergen and Kerry Butler, respectively, when the trio departs on July 8. Elizabeth Ashley will also step into the play, replacing Angela Lansbury beginning on July 24.
Although The Best Man failed to take home a trophy at this year’s Tony Awards, the politically-charged play–about two mudslinging presidential candidates vying for endorsements at their party’s national convention–has seen steady grosses and an average 85-percent house capacity since its opening in April. The production has extended its limited engagement twice already, but is scheduled to end its run on September 9.
Current stars John Larroquette, James Earl Jones, and Jefferson Mays are set to remain with the production until it closes. (Source)