She received two awards and five nominations from the , one award and six nominations from the , eight nominations, two nominations, and awards from the , , the , the , and others.
It later went on a successful nationwide tour.
Her success continued with the role of Jo in the film 1933.
She then reunited with Tracy for the film version of 1945 , after which she turned down a role in to support Tracy through his return to Broadway.
She next played in 's 1936 , which met with a similarly poor reception.
Tracy's health declined in the 1960s, and Hepburn took a five-year break in her career to care for him.