Debbie Chazen

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Debbie Chazen is a comedian and actress. Her credits include Mike Leigh’s ‘Topsy Turvy’, the BBC sketch show "Tittybangbang", "Doctor Who", "Psychoville" and "The Smoking Room". She is currently appearing in “Calendar Girls” at the Noel Coward Theatre, London.

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2005

Tuesday, 8 March 2005

In her first story, published in 1959, Grace Paley portrays the exuberant narrator Rose Lieber as she tells her niece about life in the Yiddish Theatre of 1900s New York, the story of her lifelong love affair with one of the actors and her 50-year fight against the inevitability of marriage.

Tuesday, 8 March 2005

In her first story, published in 1959, Grace Paley portrays the exuberant narrator Rose Lieber as she tells her niece about life in the Yiddish Theatre of 1900s New York, the story of her lifelong love affair with one of the actors and her 50-year fight against the inevitability of marriage.

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