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‘Steel Magnolias’ actress Carol Sutton dead of COVID-19 at 76

Actress Carol Sutton has died. She was 76. Sutton, known for her roles in “Steel Magnolias” and the 2019 film “Poms,” died Friday due to complications of COVID-19, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced. “Carol Sutton was practically the Queen of New Orleans theater, having graced the stages across the...
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Carol Sutton: Steel Magnolias actress dies from Covid-19

Celebrated US actress Carol Sutton, 76, has died from coronavirus complications in her home city of New Orleans where she began her career on the stage. She was being treated in hospital and died on Thursday night. For half a century, she appeared in Hollywood films and TV series including...
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‘Steel Magnolias’ Actress Carol Sutton Dies From COVID-19

Actress Carol Sutton died in her hometown of New Orleans on Thursday from complications due to COVID-19, Variety reports. The actress passed away at Touro Infirmary where she underwent treatment for coronavirus and had been staying for the last months of her life. The actress was famous for her roles in Steel Magnolias, Queen Sugar, as well as Lovecraft Country and True Detective.
NEW ORLEANS, LA

Steel Magnolias Actress Carol Sutton Dies of COVID-19 at Age 76

"Carol Sutton was practically the Queen of New Orleans theater," wrote New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell. Carol Sutton, a veteran actress on both the stage and screen, died Thursday at the age of 76 due to complications from COVID-19. Sutton had been hospitalized at New Orleans’ Touro Infirmary for several...
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msn.com

Steel Magnolias Actress Carol Sutton Dies of COVID-19 at Age 76

Carol Sutton, a veteran actress on both the stage and screen, died Thursday at the age of 76 due to complications from COVID-19. Sutton had been hospitalized at New Orleans’ Touro Infirmary for several days prior to her death, according to WGNO. Sutton played Nurse Pam in 1989’s Steel Magnolias,...
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Grand Forks Herald

Fire Hall Theatre presents virtual performance of 'Steel Magnolias'

The Fire Hall Theatre is presenting a Video on Demand performance of “Steel Magnolias,” beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1. Tickets are on sale now. The play was filmed on the Fire Hall Theatre stage and is available online Dec. 1-5 and Dec. 8-12. Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students, seniors and military.
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suindependent.com

The Story of Steel Magnolias Is Rich In What Matters Most! ** (Updated)

The Story of Steel Magnolias Is Rich In What Matters Most! ** (Updated) In Steel Magnolias, Friendship, Laughter, and Love can be found through any type of weather, life experiences, pandemics, politics, social, ills, or religious beliefs. RELATIONSHIPS are the most precious of all gifts in this poignant and hilarious play by Robert Harling—perfect timing for the holiday season.
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Grand Forks Herald

GF News Forward: Virtual performances of 'Steel Magnolias' offered, light columns erected at UND, families adjust to distance learning

The Fire Hall Theatre is presenting a Video on Demand performance of “Steel Magnolias,” beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1. Tickets are on sale now. Journalist Pamela Knudson reports on the effort undertaken by the cast to present the play in a safe manner, despite the pandemic. “As with most theaters right...
GRAND FORKS, ND

'Steel Magnolias' Cast: Where Are They Now?

Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias was initially written as an off-Broadway play as a way to grieve his sister's premature death and give her son a way to feel connected to her life that he was never able to see. But when Hollywood came calling, they knew that not only did they have a box office hit on their hands, but also a story that would touch millions over the years.
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AFI Movie Club: STEEL MAGNOLIAS

STEEL MAGNOLIAS stars Shirley MacLaine – who was honored with an AFI Life Achievement Award in 2012 – and features the cinematography of AFI Conservatory alum John A. Alonzo. Watch Dakota Fanning announce STEEL MAGNOLIAS:. Movie Trivia for STEEL MAGNOLIAS. DID YOU KNOW?. STEEL MAGNOLIAS is based on the off-Broadway...
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