Now available for viewing at SundanceNow.com: sundancenow.com/jane/documentary/2327133. A 1962 Drew Associates film captures a young Jane Fonda as she rehearses for a starring role on Broadway. As the daughter of the famous Henry Fonda, Jane strives to prove her acting chops in live theater – for her, the real measure of success. The camera follows Jane through demanding rehearsals, testing the play for out-of-town audiences and, finally, opening night in New York. Though her show opens to devastating reviews, Jane’s love of acting, her determination and her resilience shine through the biting criticism. The film takes viewers backstage and behind the scenes with a surprisingly endearing young actress. Produced by Hope Ryden and photographed by D.A. Pennebaker, "Jane" captures the earliest stirrings of the star Jane Fonda would become.