[kml_flashembed fversion=”8.0.0″ movie=”/flashvideoplayer/preview-big.swf” targetclass=”flashmovie” bgcolor=”#000000″ publishmethod=”static” width=”457″ height=”288″ allowfullscreen=”true” fvars=”MediaLink=http://dstar1.vo.llnwd.net/o1/jj/jf/videos/tdy_vieira_fonda_090216.flv;image=http://www.janefonda.com/images/todayshow.jpg;playOnStart=false; share=false;”] [/kml_flashembed] Share This Post Previous ArticleKvelling On My Days OffNext ArticleTulea Makes A Broadway Debut!!!!! 4 Comments Ella February 26, 2009, 12:51 am Jane Fonda, you are truly one of kind, amazing, and adorable. I can not believe you are 71 years old, you look so amazing and look strong and still as always Beautiful. I just wish when or if i get to 71 i look just as good as you are, i am 20 years old, and i love your movies, and all the work you have done. I wish i could come up to New york and see this Broadway show, it sounds and looks amazing. Take care Jane, and keep blogging, again you are amazing. Love Ella Log in to reply Ella February 26, 2009, 12:56 am you are truly amazing, you look wonderful and i just wish when or if i reach 71 i look just as beautiful just as you are. I’m 20 years old and i’ve been watching you since i was a little girl, and i read your book. you are a wonderful person and I’m glad you did this blogging thing. I just wish i could come and see you in this play. It sounds and looks amazing. I’m sure you are doing a wonderful job with it. Well jane, keep up the amazing work. You are incredible. Love Ella. Log in to reply Peter March 1, 2009, 12:40 pm Dear Ms. Fonda, Saw your show twice! WOW! You, the play, and the cast were wonderful! I’m so glad you came back to Broadway. What a treat to get a star of your caliber to return. Your return and your show are an event! If people are smart they’ll go see your show and the talented cast while they can. Thank you for honestly blogging about your process. It’s very interesting and a great “look” into an Academy Award winning actor’s mind and feelings. Keep it up! Log in to reply Tim C. March 11, 2009, 1:13 am I only wish I could see your show on Broadway. If it gets in talks for a movie, I think you could get Stephen Daldry and David Hare( the geniuses behind The Reader and The Hours) behind it, can you see yourself in the movie? Hollywood doesn’t seem as Broadway-conscious as it used to be. Log in to reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.