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The 1930's Screwball "Slumming Tour"

You can well imagine Anthony P. Kirby’s chagrin.

In the 1938 screwball comedy, You Can’t Take It With You, Kirby (Edward Arnold) is a wealthy Wall Street tycoon, the type who buys federal regulators as easily as buying real estate. 728 more words


ONCE IN A LIFETIME at the Young Vic

George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s play ONCE IN A LIFETIME opened on Broadway in 1930. I absolutely loved the 2016 production at the Young Vic. 92 more words


The Man Who Came to Dinner at Bishop McNamara High School, Mar 17-19

The Man Who Came to Dinner at Bishop McNamara High School, Mar 17-19

Bishop McNamara High School presents
The Man Who Came to Dinner
By Moss Hart and George S. 205 more words


Once In A Lifetime @ Young Vic Theatre

Once In A Lifetime is a play written by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman about the rise of talking pictures in Hollywood. In this new adaptation by Christopher Hart, the play sees three friends sell their vaudeville act and head to Hollywood to open a school teaching actors how to talk on film. 296 more words


Once in a Lifetime Review

While I was apprehensive about going to watch Once in a Lifetime as I knew next to nothing about it, it turned out to be a very entertaining evening. 451 more words


Review - Once in a Lifetime - Young Vic

Tell me what the movies Singing in the Rain and Prix de Beaute have in common? What, you haven’t heard of the second one? Well, this 1930 Louise Brooks film, made in two versions, is… 679 more words

October 24: Happy Birthday Kevin Kline and F. Murray Abraham

Kevin Kline celebrates his 69th today.  He began his career with The Acting Company, a touring group co-founded by John Houseman, which provides young performers with a chance to gain experience.  1,250 more words

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