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With her time on American Horror Story at its twisted happily ever after and awards season firmly underway, Lange spoke to us about why her final season on the show was the highlight, why she’s stepping away from the franchise, and how the Freak Show season was even her idea.(In an article published this month, she also spoke to The Daily Beast about comparisons to Caitlyn Jenner.)Plus, she talks about passing the American Horror Story baton to Lady Gaga, who will star in the next installment, Hotel. I loved every season, some more than others, of course. What I loved most about doing these four years was working with Ryan Murphy, working with this group of kind-of repertory actors, and yet doing something completely different every year. First of all, the character, because this character was enormous. With going back into her history, I was very fascinated with this ’20s and ’30s Germany, between the two World Wars, that period of time that Cabaret takes place. And I loved that my character emerged from that, the whole sordid history that she kept secret. Like, wow, it just keeps getting crazier and crazier. I mean, when it was at its height during the Depression, this was the form of entertainment for rural America. I can only imagine how strange and fun and scary…All of that. It’s amazing, because when he said she was a cabaret singer I assumed we’d be doing period songs. So the more clear question would be: How do you feel about her leading the show in your absence? The same ones I had the great opportunity to work with. But all I can say is she’s going to have good writing and she’s going to have great actors to work with.
But, you know, I felt like I had come to the end of it. You had these two worlds kind of colliding, the end of a popular entertainment and the beginning of another. So then how did you feel about her final scene with Ethel, where she kills her? There was that whole thing of Ethel threatening to do them all in, and that was the trigger, where she decides to kill Ethel. It’s not a question of truthfulness or anything like that. That you were truly surprised when you got the script that she would commit that act? We went around with that scene—Kathy and I and the writers—and talked about it over and over and over again to get it to the right tipping point. To learn the songs, I’m not a born singer, but it’s great because it kept pushing me. But you had to then perform these elaborate production numbers. And when I went into the recording studio, I was absolutely terrified. You were asked about it at the Paley Center panel, how you felt about her taking over, and people were trying to read into what you were saying by what you were not saying. Which was an interesting way to phrase that question. It reminded me of what Gertrude Stein supposedly said on her deathbed. Your application will be processed in the next 1 to 2 business days, and you will be notified by email of your approval.Jessica Lange remembers when Ryan Murphy told her she’d be singing a David Bowie song in an episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show set in the 1950s.“At first I thought, ‘Oh no, we’re way off track,’” she laughs.Thousands protested in Taipei on Thursday against draft bills that would make Taiwan the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage, arguing traditional family values would be undermined.Protesters dressed in white and holding placards with the slogans including “Stand forward for the next generation’s happiness” packed a street outside the parliament where a committee was debating the issue.It’s a way of working that Lange has become particularly accustomed to, having finished her final of four seasons as the star of American Horror Story, winning two Emmys in the process and hoping to vie for her fourth for her performance on the most recent Freak Show incarnation.
It’s a tenure that’s seen her effortlessly navigate the delirious maze Murphy constructed for her, first as boozy steel magnolia Constance Langdon in Murder House, then as the terrifying Sister Jude in Asylum and the fabulous Supreme witch Fiona Goode in Coven, who doles out bitchy one-liners as expertly as her spells.To restore access and understand how to better interact with our site to avoid this in the future, please have your system administrator contact [email protected][Please keep the Application Number for tracking your application].I’d love to work with Ryan again sometime on a different project. Any time you see something at the final note, the end moment, there’s something inherently tragic about it already. You know, the one thing that we should be very clear about is that she did have a deep and abiding love for these people, and that was her redemption, really. But again, coming up from where she came and the idea of survival and how she learned to survive, you have to take that somewhat into consideration. She did care so deeply for these people and really did take care of them—in her own way, limited emotionally that it might be. That was the thing that I argued for throughout the course of the season. But it was, in some way, again her way of protecting the other ones. Yes, then there’s the fact that I had to do it as a performance, which was really wonderful to step out on stage as a performer. It was just a great way to make myself do something that I’d never imagined doing. I did a lot of research, and knowing that these people who were referred to as freaks and were exhibited at freak shows, when they came to an end they weren’t necessarily better off. So again I’m grateful to Ryan for giving me that opportunity. David Tseng, spokesman of the rally’s organiser, The Happiness of the Next Generation Alliance, said that while the group supported equal rights for same-sex partners in certain areas, marriage should only be between a man and a woman.