My school will hold auditions very soon for the play, You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. It seems like a very good play, I’ve looked at a character list, but I haven’t actually gotten to read the script yet, which I should probably do this weekend. 61 more words
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Each actor sits at his make-up table, staring into the brilliantly lit mirror at his own image, making the proscribed movements that will detach him still further from the world of reality and allow him to achieve the anonymity of complete disguise. 158 more words
All the mistakes I ever made were when I wanted to say ‘No’ and said ‘Yes’. – Moss Hart: http://dlvr.it/D69sdd
There’s really no IMAGERY at all in this film, but look — a primordial Dean Stockwell!
“Be nice to the next Jew you meet, because he might be a gentile,” is how one friend characterized GENTLEMAN’S AGREEMENT, rather acidly, in which journalist Gregory Peck goes undercover as a Jew. 423 more words
Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our six week series on the yet-to-be covered ’30s scores of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, whose work from both the ’20s and ’40s has been well represented here. 583 more words