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LOCATION: THEATRE 80
80 St. Marks Place, New York City.
2022 OPENING SHOW:
Three Comedic Gems With Two Great Actors–
Blythe Danner and Bob Dishy
All in One Afternoon!
MONDAY, MARCH 28th 2:00–4:00pm
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Originally written for AUDREY HEPBURN and rewritten for CARY GRANT!
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by Oscar, Tony & Emmy Winner PETER STONE
“AMICABLE PARTING” by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Winner GEORGE KAUFMAN
“TALLULAH FINDS HER KITCHEN” by
Tony Winners NEIL SIMON & JOSEPH STEIN & Emmy Winner DANNY SIMON
Program directed by ANTONY MARSELLIS
Stage directions by MICHAEL CITRINITI
TONY WINNER BLYTHE DANNER & TONY NOMINEE BOB DISHY
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Don’t miss this afternoon
of comedic gems and much needed laughter.
Q & A will follow with Blythe Danner and Bob Dishy.
READ ABOUT “COMMERCIAL BREAK”: originally written for
Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant!
Peter Stone wrote a monologue for Audrey which she recorded for his classic film, “Charade”. The monologue was edited out.
Stone revised the monologue for Cary Grant who starred in “Father Goose”. Grant recorded it and again it was edited out.
Stone did not give up! He developed the monologue into the one-act, “Commercial Break” which you will see on March 28th.
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)