Katharine Hepburn Morning Glory 1934

Katharine Hepburn as Eva Lovelace in Morning Glory
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role 1934

Katharine Hepburn in Morning Glory 1934
Katharine Hepburn in Morning Glory 1934

Plays Character That Is Related To The Sex Trade Industry

Hostess in Night Hostess 1928

Character Is A Prostitute

Woman Racket aka Night Hostess 1930
Woman Racket aka Night Hostess 1930

For the majority of actors arriving in New York City, there is always a struggling period. Even for one of the greatest actresses of this century. Katharine Hepburn would find herself beaten down by rejection. Her first starring role on stage was to be in the Big Pond. However she was fired after one performance. Undaunted, she plowed ahead and got another acting gig in short order. Night Hostess was a risque comedy cabaret opening in Minneapolis. Foreseeing just how risque this show was, Katharine decided to be billed under a stage name, Katherine Burns. Though her part was billed as ‘hostess’ it was really a euphemism for ‘prostitute’.

In 1930 the play would be adapted into a movie entitled Woman Racket. Katharine Hepburn WAS NOT in that film, but watch clip below to see what the play was all about.


“Woman Racket” aka “Night Hostess”

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