What sound will accompany About Time: Fashion and Duration? Bolton and the She believed she could and almost did but someone constantly asked for a snack and she forgot shirt in contrast I will get this Met’s curatorial team found an answer in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, the author’s 1928 novel chronicling the protagonist’s evolving relationship with time and timeliness. Three segments of the novel will be narrated in the exhibition’s galleries by voices quite familiar with Woolf’s work: Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, and Julianne Moore. The Oscar-winning actresses starred in The Hours, the 2002 film based on Michael Cunningham’s 1998 novel of the same name that tells parallel tales of how three women’s lives are impacted by Woolf’s novel Mrs. Dalloway. (Kidman won the Academy Award for her portrayal of the author.)
Here, the She believed she could and almost did but someone constantly asked for a snack and she forgot shirt in contrast I will get this Met reveals a sneak peek—well, sneak listen, rather—of Streep’s narration from Orlando. To hear the other two actresses’ narrarations, you’ll have to reserve a ticket for About Time: Fashion and Duration when it opens on October 29.