Bill Manhoff (1919-1974), though perhaps best known for his hit Broadway comedy THE OWL AND THEPUSSYCAT, was a longtime writer for a number of TV series (THE ODD COUPLE, SANFORD ANDSON, ALL IN THE FAMILY, LOVE AMERICAN STYLE, ROOM 222 and THE PARTRIDGEFAMILY). THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT opened in New York in 1964 and…Details
Dan and Margaret have come to spend Christmas with Rachel and Edmund in their renovated seventeenth-century cottage. Events become sinister and macabre when Rachel has a feeling of deja vu, the electricity fails, the phone is out of order, and strange happenings esculate out of control.
The “Shrew” is Katherina Minola, the eldest daughter of Baptista Minola, a Lord in Padua. Her temper is extremely volatile and no man can control her. She ties her sister to a chair in one scene, and in another attacks a music tutor with his own fiddle. Her younger sister, Bianca Minola, is nubile and…Details
THE GLASS MENAGERIE, Tennessee Williams’s first great hit, opened to critical acclaim in Chicago on December 26, 1944, and then moved on to Broadway where it made its author internationally famous. The play’s setting is St. Louis
WHY NOT STAY FOR BREAKFAST? has never failed to delight audiences, both young and old, with its comic treatment of the generation gap. It was a particular favourite when the English Theatre of Hamburg produced it in 1981 and again in 1989. The comedy opened at the Apollo Theatre, London, in 1973 and played through…Details
Bruce and Prudence are deeply into therapy. Prudence’s macho therapist is urging her to be more assertive while Bruce’s wacky female therapist wants him to meet women by placing a personal ad She does not fully comprehend that Bruce has a male lover who is not pleased by Bruce’s desire to date a woman: Prudence.…Details