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Robb is also known for her lead role as Carrie Bradshaw in the TV series .
In 2004, she played the role as Samantha Parkington in the TV film Samantha: An American Girl Holiday.
British writer Heidi Thomas, who worked on the BBC’s Call the Midwife and the updated Upstairs, Downstairs has given the story a makeover, upping Vanessa's character's age from to 16 to 18 while Gaston is now 25, not middle aged.
The decisions haven't gone down well with all the critics, but Vanessa didn't seem worried on opening night, gushing about her excitement on Twitter as she prepared to hit Broadway for the first time.
The actress also talked to us about balancing her school life with acting—she's a freshman at NYU—and said that life is definitely "full." Her busy schedule of getting ready for events for Fashion Week, going to class, studying and acting have made it tough to pick a major, but that's no problem because she tells E! (And she'll look amazing while doing so.)"I'll be really fabulous I'll be taking notes in like DVF or something," she joked. It looks like she still has to pick and choose what she wants to concentrate in because she's "just a freshman" she says.
Anna Sophia Robb was born on December 8, 1993 in Denver, Colorado, to her mother, Janet who is an interior designer, and father, David Robb who is an architect. She is of Danish, English, Irish, Scottish, and Swedish descent and is of White ethnicity. She grew up in a home that followed Christianity and was home-schooled. She went on to compete in dance and gymnastics for four and a half years.
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Direction by Eric Schaeffer is crisp - a scene with five exasperated lawyers is a treat - and choreography by Joshua Bergasse is excellent, especially in a nifty dance transition from sunny seaside to rainy city.
Derek Mc Lane's set of sweeping, iron-lattice stairs and lots of parasols is beautiful, and Catherine Zuber's gowns and foppish suits are very becoming. They just, maddeningly, don't add for a stunning show.
The Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe 1973 stage adaptation of their beloved, Oscar-winning movie musical of 1958 features an aging bon vivant and noted seducer named Honore singing Thank Heaven for Little Girls.
So in order to save the score, the creators of a new Gigi that opened Wednesday at the Neil Simon Theatre have done a gut renovation on the book by Colette.
Gaston has usually been played by an older man, but Cott and Hudgens are closer in age and make it work.