Joan Collins, the 80-year-old iconic English actress known for her role on the 1980's TV series "Dynasty," will be starring in her own one-woman show on London's West End in February, "One Night With Joan."
The limited nine-performance show, which follows the ups and downs of Collins' long-running career and life, will be directed by her 48-year-old husband Percy Gibson, Broadway.com reported
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Collins posted a photo of her and her husband on Twitter in May.
In the show, which will run at the Leicester Square Theatre from Feb. 2 through Feb. 9, Collins unveils "rare and hilarious film footage" from her career. The performance features on-set and off-set encounters with Hollywood celebrities like Bette Davis, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Paul Newman, and Richard Burton.
Collins also reportedly discusses why she lost the role for "Cleopatra," the classic 1963 film, to Elizabeth Taylor, as well as the many relationships she had with the men of Tinseltown and catfights with some of the women.
Collins has been married five times in her life. Her ex-spouses include Irish actor Maxwell Reed, English actor Anthony Newley, former president of Apple Records Ron Kass, and Swedish singer Peter Holm.
The actress will also take questions from the audience about anything regarding her life.
During her 60-plus years of acting, Collins has appeared in more than 118 films and TV shows.
In addition to her television career, Collins starred in the 1992 revival of "Private Lives" on Broadway and appeared in other stage performances. Collins is the sister of famous English novelist Jackie Collins.
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