Mme. Rosay

February 1961
New Yorker;2/11/1961, Vol. 36 Issue 52, p25
The article presents the author's experience of going to Schumer's warehouse in New York City to meet the celebrated French actress Francoise Rosay. Rosay was rehearsing the part of Catherine the Great for a play called "Once There Was a Russian," by Sam Spewack. The actress was irked when the author addressed her as "Mademoiselle" and insisted that she be called "Madame," explaining that the she is already 69 years old, has three sons and two grandsons.


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