It’s only March, but the distributors of Lois Smith’s new film, “Marjorie Prime,” have announced they are planning a fall awards campaign for her.
As part of a seven-city tour, Peters will be joined by the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra for a program led by conductor Keith Lockhart.
It boasts a 200-person cast and crew, 65 horses, a massive stage (made from 10,000 tons of sand), a forest, mountain — and a lake.
Its message rings out loudly and clearly: Immigration, the very life blood of this country from the start, has never been entirely free, fair or easy.
On “SNL” she created memorable characters including the bleak-minded Debbie Downer and the outspoken Boston teen Denise.