Anne Hathaway to memorise her play's dialogues on road trip?

Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway will reportedly utilise an upcoming road trip with the family to memorise her lines for a play, which is to be staged this spring.

Anne Hathaway to memorise her play's dialogues on road trip?

New York: Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway will reportedly utilise an upcoming road trip with the family to memorise her lines for a play, which is to be staged this spring.

'Grounded', a one-person show, will be directed by Julie Taymor. It will be staged at the Public Theatre, reported New York Post.

"Anne's learning 41-pages of dialogue," said a source at an LA premiere of the 32-year-old actress' new film, 'Song One'.

"She's going to drive. (Husband) Adam Shulman's going to run the lines with her as they go," the source added.

'Grounded' is a play about a fighter pilot whose pregnancy forces her out of the cockpit.

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