People, Jan. 16, 1978

"I'm getting a little long in the tooth to be an ingenue," says Kathryn Crosby, 44. But Bing's widow finds acting a catharsis. "Twenty-four hours a day sounds about right," says Crosby, who made a dozen or so films before her marriage in 1957. This week she sets out on a nationwide, 65-city roadshow tour of the two-character Broadway hit Same Time, Next Year. Her role: Doris, a faithful adultress who for more than two decades has an annual meeting with the same lover. "If Betsy Palmer gets tired of playing Doris on Broadway, I'm available at the end of April,"...

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