Award-winning actress Kate Mulgrew comes to San Francisco to star as the legendary Katharine Hepburn in the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway hit Tea at Five. In a performance the New York critics called "sensational" and "remarkable," Mulgrew as Hepburn, by turns hiliarous and heartbreaking, reflects on her extraordinary childhood, her adventures in show business, and her long running romance with Spencer Tracy. Mulgrew's performance garnered a 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance, a 2003 Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Actress, and a 2004 Carbonell Award for Best Actress. She made television history by creating the role of Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager, the first female commander ever to guide a Star Trek vessel, a role she portrayed for seven years. An accomplished and multi-award winning stage and film actress, Kate Mulgrew is also known to millions as Mary Ryan, in television's long-running Ryan's Hope.