Uma Thurman and Marton Csokas in a scene from "The Parisian Woman" at New York's Hudson Theatre.
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Donald Trump's name is mud in New York – a city tormented that a man who embodies the antithesis of everything it holds dear is president and that, to cap it all, he's a New Yorker. So what could be more timely than Oscar-nominee Uma Thurman making her Broadway debut in a play, adapted by "House of Cards" writer Beau Willimon, that drips with venom for contemporary Washington?On stage nightly 1.5 kilometers from Trump's Manhattan penthouse, "The Parisian Woman" stars Thurman as a socialite, Democrat wife prepared to do anything to secure a judgeship from Trump for her politically ambivalent, under-qualified but ambitious tax attorney husband.Originally inspired by Henri Becque's 1885 French comedy "La Parisienne," Willimon reworked the play following a 2013 production of it in California.
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