Wednesday, May 23, 2001

MacLaine teaches, amuses audience with her stories




By William A. Weathers
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Synchronicity — “any apparent coincidence that inspires a sense of wonder” — plays a key part in our lives, award-winning actress and author Shirley MacLaine told an audience Tuesday night at the Aronoff Center.

[photo] Shirley MacLaine appeared at the Aronoff Center Tuesday night.
(Glenn Hartong photo)
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        Speaking in the Unique Lives & Experiences series sponsored by The Cincinnati Enquirer, Ms. MacLaine related one of the synchronistic events that has affected her life.

        She was preparing for a trip when she saw something in the eyes of her pet dog, Terry, warning her not to go, she said.

        “I canceled the trip, and something happened to the airplane,” Ms. MacLaine said.

        Ms. MacLaine is the author of nine best-selling books She won Best Actress in 1984 for Terms of Endearment.

        At one point she asked her audience of 2,700: “Did you guys vote for George Bush?” She paused for the applause, and then said, “Sorry.”

       



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