Joan Collins will be giving fans a chance to hear some never-before-told tales of her private life and see previously unseen film footage early next year, as she takes to the stage in London for a one-woman show.
Collins rose to fame in the '80s with a high-profile role on "Dynasty" and has written three very successful memoirs. This new show--which runs from February 2 to February 9--will encompass several years of the star's life and give theater-goers an intimate look at her early years in show business. According to Broadway.com:
“One Night With Joan follows the ups and downs of the TV legend’s life and career. Collins will screen rare and hilarious film footage and speak first hand about her screen test for Cleopatra and why she lost the role to Elizabeth Taylor, her on-set encounters with Bette Davis, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Paul Newman and Richard Burton, and, of course, her many relationships. Audiences can also expect to see outtakes of her legendary catfights with Linda Evans in Dynasty. The evening includes a question and answer session with the chance to ask Joan anything about her headline-making life.”