At 50, Tina Fey may just be getting started – but she’s never forgotten where she started.
For Fey, whose formidable career exploded at the Chicago comedy theater in the mid-1990s, that famously fearless approach to show business has led her from Second City to Saturday Night Live! writer and then star actor, to the movie Mean Girls and a hit NBC TV show called 30 Rock to another hit NBC TV show called Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, to many more movies and cameos and animation voiceovers and American Express ads and Allstate commercials and a best-selling autobiography called Bossypants and the Broadway musical version of Mean Girls, now playing through March 15 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, and well, far too many creative projects for any one human to keep track.
Read our interview with Fey and her husband, Jeff Richmond, this weekend in the new issue of City & Shore PRIME. Our award-winning, biannual special issue – exploring life in South Florida from age 50 and up – also considers the pros and cons of marriage over 50; living fulltime aboard a cruise ship; and a long-term monitoring program that helps doctors pinpoint the cause of a stroke. We’ll also preview the upcoming season in music, meet a 53-year-old South Florida triathlete who’s just getting started and go behind the scenes of the life of a hard-working South Florida wine judge. (Yes, it is work).
All this in the new issue, in print, online and digital coming up this weekend (3/8), http://www.cityandshore.com/