The 45-year-old actress will star as Nora in the Ibsen classic 'A Doll's House' at the Hudson Theater from March, which tells the story of a housewife from the 1800s as she navigates life through a male-dominated world feels restricted. Even now, Chastain is taking precautions to ensure she doesn't get sick, determined not to let the rest of the cast down.
'It's pretty awesome. I'm doing a play in New York right now. I'm going to do 'A Doll's House' and I'm playing Nora. I'm really excited about it. I'm a little nervous because I'm scared I'll get sick but I have my mask and everything but oh my god you have to be so careful in the theater and I don't want to let my cast down.'
Meanwhile, the 'Molly's Game' actress won an Oscar last year for her role as celebrity televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye,' but is now on the Paramount as 'Stand by Your Man' singer Tammy Wynette series 'George and Tammy' and explained that she 'never imagined' playing two different Tammies. However, she also noted that the two women were 'very different' people. Chastain told 'E! News': 'I was asked to play Tammy Wynette over a decade ago. So it was a long project. I never imagined playing that. I didn't want to sing Tammy, but they're very different personalities, so it felt like a different vibe.'
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