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“I CAN’T REMEMBER ANYTHING”
By ARTHUR MILLER
Directed by ANTONY MARSELLIS
TONY AWARD WINNER BLYTHE DANNER & BOB DISHY
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
|DON’T MISS THIS AFTERNOON OF GREAT THEATRE!|
“I Can’t Remember Anything” by Arthur MIller is a play you won’t forget!
A poignant drama with a great deal of humor which revolves around a widow, her husband’s
best friend and her inability to remember much of the past.
SPECIAL SURPRISE: Arthur Miller wrote a second ending to his play which was published by
Grove Press and Metheneum in an anthology of Miller’s play edited by Tony Kusher. David
Palmer, of the Miller Society, will join Blythe Danner, Bob Dishy and FFTP’s Founding Artistic
Director Susan Charlotte for a thought-provoking Q & A about these two different versions.
The first version which was also the produced version was published by Dramatists Play
A BIT OF HISTORY ABOUT THE PLAY AND FFTP:
In December of 2000, when FFTP was first launched, Arthur Miller suggested that his play,
“I Can’t RememberAnything” be presented. He attended the show which then starred
Elaine Stritch and Bob Dishy, who is now reprising the role of Leo, twenty years later.
From that point a play by Miller was often presented, with the playwright sometimes
directing his own work.
See what the New York Times had to say about the opening show in 2021.
“Two Playwrights Go Camping”
FFTP has…a double bill that should be catnip for connoisseurs of theatrical camp. The program includes the Tennessee Williams one-act comedy “Lifeboat Drill” set on the Queen Elizabeth II, and Christopher Durang’s “For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls,” a wicked parody of “The Glass Menagerie” in which Laura becomes Lawrence, who collects swizzle sticks. Durang and the actress Carroll Baker are supposed to turn up for a post Q & A. (Elizabeth VIncentelli)
LIFEBOAT DRILL By Tennessee Williams
Starring: Bob Dishy and Judy Graubart
FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS!
(A Parody on The Glass Menagerie)
By Christopher Durang
Blanche Baker, Jeremy Beck, Nathan Darrow, Darlene Hope
Program directed by: Antony Marsellis
With special zoom appearances by: Chris Durang
& Carroll Baker (“Baby Doll”)