Mary-Louise Parker returning to Broadway in 'The Snow Geese'

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With "Weeds" over and a couple movies set for a 2013 release, Mary-Louise Parker is headed to Broadway. She's set to star in a new play from Sharr White called "The Snow Geese," CBS News reports. In 2001, Parker won a Tony Award for Best Actress for her role in a Broadway production of "Proof."

"The Snow Geese" is set during World War I. Producers describe it as being "about a family waking up from their own personal Gilded Age as the world around them changes forever."

In addition to her Tony-winning role, Parker has several other Broadway credits to her name. Her debut came in a 1990 production of "Prelude to a Kiss," which earned her a Tony nomination. She also appeared in 1996's "Bus Stop," 2004's "Reckless" and 2009's "Hedda Gabler." "The Snow Geese is set to start previews October 1, before officially opening October 24.
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