Cynthia Nixon Talks Going from Daughter to Mother in The Real Thing

first_img View Comments The Real Thing star Cynthia Nixon has quite the history with the Tom Stoppard play. In 1984, she appeared in the original production as Debbie (while simultaneously starring in Hulyburly two blocks up). Now, she stars in the Roundabout revival as Charlotte (Debbie’s mother). The Tony, Emmy and Grammy winner stopped by The Today Show on November 5 and shared that she’s still “e-mail buddies” with Christine Baranski, who played Charlotte back in 1984. The Sex and the City actress also addressed rumors of a second sequel, saying she’d be “thrilled for the opportunity” if it worked out. But the most shocking news? Nixon does not have a television in her house. However, she does have two Emmy Awards. Hmm. Take a look at the interview below! Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015 The Real Thinglast_img read more

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Credit union’s Savings Race leaves everyone a winner

first_imgDynamic campaign boosts CU’s market presence.Seven years ago, the lack of a dynamic branding campaign hampered Wright Patt Credit Union’s local market presence.But today, more than 73% of people in the Beavercreek, Ohio, credit union’s field of membership know about the credit union.The rise in recognition for $3 billion asset Wright Patt–and the benefits of credit union membership–began with a simple idea: Let members tell their stories.“I would find myself talking to members who could name the exact year, sometimes the exact month, they joined our credit union,” Tracy Fors, vice president of marketing and business development for Wright Patt, told CUNA’s News Now.“Members told us about how our programs helped them save more than they thought possible, how their parents brought them in here to sign them up for their first checking account, things you just won’t see at the big banks,” she said. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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