Mulgrew's 'Tea At Five' Postponed In SeattleBy Michelle
September 3, 2004 - 10:32 PM
Kate Mulgrew's anticipated return to the Seattle Repertory Theatre, where she appeared in many plays in the 1980s before playing Captain Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager, has been postponed from its planned run this month.
Though the Seattle Rep stated only that Mulgrew had had a family emergency, Cleveland newspapers and television stations reported that Mulgrew's husband, politician Tim Hagan, had suffered a heart attack and was in stable condition.
WKYC posted that Hagan, 58, had suffered chest pains at the home he shares with Mulgrew, who drove him to the hospital.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke to one of Hagan's brothers, who said that Tim Hagan - elected to return as a Cuyahoga County commissioner in January - was resting comfortably and talking to family members.
The Seattle Repertory Theatre is offering current ticket holders replacement tickets for a comparable performance on the same weekday and with the same curtain time and seats as their current tickets. Refunds will be available to those unable to travel when the play is rescheduled.
For more information, see the Seattle Repertory Theatre web site.