EXCLUSIVE: Uma Thurman discusses her Broadway debut as she appears in first magazine shoot since calling out Harvey Weinstein

Uma Thurman is pictured in a new photoshoot following her scathing attack on disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

The 47-year-old actress is featured in December’s edition of Rhapsody Magazine?for United Airlines where she talks about her Broadway debut in The Parisian Women alongside creator Beau Willimon.

Clad in a white blouse and cream sweater and a pair of diamond earrings, it's an understated and classic look for the actress.?

Uma Thurman is featured in Rhapsody Magazine for United Airlines in her first shoot after calling out Harvey Weinstein?

Uma Thurman is featured in Rhapsody Magazine for United Airlines in her first shoot after calling out Harvey Weinstein?

Thurman's new play centers on a Washington, D.C. socialite who’s trying to secure her husband a high-level judicial post during the Trump administration.

The Pulp Fiction star expressed her delight at being on Broadway and returning to the stage after 18 years.?

'It was a dream, a fantasy, to be on Broadway. It was almost sadly so unreal that I really should have pursued it more!'?

Thurman reflected on how her dyslexia put her on the path to acting and how she can see theater used as therapy for many people.

Screen icon: The 47-year-old actress is a classic beauty in the shoot accompanying her interview

Screen icon: The 47-year-old actress is a classic beauty in the shoot accompanying her interview

Debut: Thurman was interviewed with Beau Willimon the creator of her new Broadway play The Parisian Woman

Debut: Thurman was interviewed with Beau Willimon the creator of her new Broadway play The Parisian Woman

'Theater is used as a therapy for some dyslexics—memorization is a way that helps dyslexics learn to read. I read late, and then I couldn’t stop reading. So for me it was probably my relationship to story that made me fall in love with acting as a child.

'I remember being in silly plays from the time I was tiny—those are some of my earliest memories from school. And then some agents came to see me in my high school play.'

The Parisian Woman opens Thursday at the Hudson Theatre.

On Thanksgiving last week Thurman spoke out against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein with a somber post on social media.

Thurman said: 'It was a dream, a fantasy, to be on Broadway'. It is Beau's Broadway debut too, he's known for creating House Of Cards

Thurman said: 'It was a dream, a fantasy, to be on Broadway'. It is Beau's Broadway debut too, he's known for creating House Of Cards

Cover star: Thurman is on the cover of December’s edition of Rhapsody Magazine for United Airlines

Cover star: Thurman is on the cover of December’s edition of Rhapsody Magazine for United Airlines

'I am grateful today, to be alive, for all those I love, and for all those who have the courage to stand up for others,' she wrote underneath a black-and-white image of herself portraying The Bride in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Vol. 1.

'I said I was angry recently, and I have a few reasons, #metoo, in case you couldn’t tell by the look on my face.' she continued.

'I feel it’s important to take your time, be fair, be exact, so... Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators - I’m glad it’s going slowly - you don’t deserve a bullet)'

The actress then signed off by telling everyone to 'stay tuned.'?

On Monday she expressed her gratitude for support she's received with another post which read: 'sitting alone in the hudson theater, painting my face. thank you for hearing me, it's so much better not to sit alone. a new feeling. i am so grateful.'

Thurman has worked alongside Tarantino and Weinstein in at least three of their films - Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Kill Bill: Vol. 2 and Pulp Fiction.?

On Thanksgiving  Thurman spoke out against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein with a somber post on social media

On Thanksgiving Thurman spoke out against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein with a somber post on social media

Just days before Thurman's post went live, Deadline reported that the actress had parted ways with Creative Artists Agency after two years with the firm.

No reason was given for the actress' unceremonious split, and Thurman has yet to sign with another agency.

Daryl Hannah, who also starred in the Kill Bill movies, came forward to reveal she was a victim of Weinstein.?

Daryl noted that it was while promoting Kill Bill Vol. 2 that the alleged misconduct occurred with Weinstein, saying when she refused his advances while they were in Rome she was booted from the press trip as the cast traveled to Cannes.

On Monday the actress expressed her gratitude for the support she's had with another post

On Monday the actress expressed her gratitude for the support she's had with another post

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