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Archive Interview • GAWN GRAINGER • You Can't Take it With You • 2007

Throw a name – any name – at Gawn Grainger and I’d be very surprised if he wasn’t able to conjure up a theatrical anecdote to match. 1,854 more words


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A play can be blackmailed by its scenery more often than anyone connected with it is likely to realize.

Moss Hart, Act One

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Quote of the Day: This Wonderful City

It takes a lot to catch my attention (as it does most New Yorkers). Example: there is a parrot on a leash riding a bicycle and I barely looked twice (this is a true story).   160 more words


You Can’t Take It with You (1938)

Imagine if all your relations were complete eccentrics—and you had to mix them with your beloved’s stuffy clan, like combustible substances meeting over dinner. George S. 134 more words


Truth or Fiction?

Memoirs continue to be popular. The best of the lot read like fiction. There’s a beginning, middle, and end, but events are not necessarily presented in chronological order. 312 more words