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October 28, 2011

GAINESBOURG FILM ON THE FAST TRACK




GAINESBOURG: A HEROIC LIFE

EVEN AS A KID GAINESBOURG’S LIFE WAS A ROLLER COASTER RIDE

Actress plays Bardot as Gainesbourg plays music. Courtesy Photo
As a child he was a charmer.
Everyone seemed to be fascinated with him and his multiple talents. He had seemed to attract everyone that that came near him. And as time goes on, he gets more involved in sexual intrigues.

There is something about him in this film that brings up memories of Humphrey Bogart. There is the dangling cigarette in his mouth -- that rarely leaves his mouth, not even while he’s having sex.

He was a talented musician and artist. His friends (which came and went) convinced him to change his name from Lucien to Serge Gainsbourg. His fame spread, and he became the darling of every party around. If someone dropped an envelope – he would get a group together and celebrate the dropping of that envelope. His smoking was always there. How he managed to breath is truly an amazement.

Sure, he had the flair for writing music – but you knew that he was headed for a train wreck. But he didn’t care. His music was all that he cared about. It was always around him – unlike his friends that loved him one day – and stayed away the next day from his quirkiness. A few remained loyal. He dated and lived with many. Most notable Brigitte Bardot, who eventually saw that he was getting more and more bizarre as the days went by.

The most interesting thing about this film is the gorgeous filmmaking and the atmosphere of another time. We watch him fall apart – ruining his own life. But, apparently that is what he wanted – a complex crazy life.

He knew the Parisian clubs very well. He attended them almost everyday, drinking and smoking. Yes, he had a lot of charisma – but not when he became a relentless slob that smelled of booze.

There are sequences that totally capture your attention. The film sequences are episodic. I could have done without the bits of animation…but once I got used to his alter ego popping up unexpectedly, I began to like the life-sized puppet that seemed to always be with Serge.

I think this is a very astounding movie to watch. The fascination is the dream like look of the entire film. Plus, the actors are terrific. Strong performances from everyone! Visually, this is one of the most luscious and exhilarating films to watch this year.

RATING: THREE GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!! –trademarked-

Now playing at Landmark Theatres.

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he also produced and hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED)))

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October 27, 2011

David Mamet play - exciting Drama



DAVID MAMET’S ‘RACE’ – “Kicks Ass!”

RACE

In David Mamet’s play “Race” there is never a dull moment with non-stop four letter words that will jolt you to the edge of your seat. Yep, it’s such fun to listen to Lawyers verbally slay each other in this hyper, super bowl of drama.

A Multimillionaire has come to a law firm. He is accused of raping a black woman in a hotel room. He claims that he would never do that – “I really loved her!” – he says. The Lawyers want to take the case and then they don’t want to take the case. Finally they agree to take the case.

Then there comes a kink in the whole mix. First of all the Millionaire wants to confess to the Press. The Lawyers think it is an insane idea, because they have found some loopholes. The most important part being that the Black women claims that he ripped her sequined dress off of her and threw her on the bed. It was found by an outside source that Sequins were not found in the Hotel room.

The Lawyers seem to have a good case until an employee (who just finished Law School) is putting the skids on the whole thing. “You sold us out didn’t you Susan?” Yes, Susan (a Black woman) has been working for the other side. She wants to see the Millionaire in jail. And guess what – suddenly hundreds of sequins were found under the bed at the Hotel. Susan claims she had nothing to do with it.

There are many twists and turns in this addictive thriller. Mamet has great flair for words, that are deliciously unsettling. He is simply brilliant. It sure keeps you guessing to the end.

The supercharged Attorneys, go on with their Cat and Mouse inner office game, as they try to trap Susan into confessing that she has “sold them out.” Did she or did she not? That is the question that everyone is wondering about.

THE ACTORS GAVE PERFECT PERFORMANCES. THEY ARE ASTOUNDING! STAND UP AND CHEER FOR: Chris Butler – Anthony Fusco – Susan Heyward – and Kevin O’Rourke.

THRILLING DIRECTION BY: Irene Lewis
Written by: David Mamet 

AT A.C.T. 

RATING: FOUR GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!!! (highest rating) - trademarked-

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))) 

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October 25, 2011

MAKING PORN - RONNIE LARSEN'S MASTERPIECE




 Courtesy Photo: Ronnie Larsen


RONNIE LARSEN’S ‘MAKING PORN’

MAKING PORN reveals secrets that even a wife may not know. In this refreshed version of “Making Porn”, Ronnie Larsen has put together some really awesome staging. The timing is perfect – the actors are handsome and the fun just never stops.

Prim and proper is not what you could call “Making Porn” – but it does give us a lot of good hi-jinks fun. Just remember – when you’re in front of a camera your hair and clothes must be perfect, on or off.

Set in San Francisco in the early 80’s where young men are look to make a little money (or big money) in the porno industry. Just look at Jack Hawk (Matthew Rush) who is straight and married. He wants to be an actor, but really can’t act his way out of a Cheerio Box. What he can do is flex his massive muscles. Oh, and below the waist? Well, you know what I’m talking about – it hangs low.

The Director (Ronnie Larsen) is kind of tight with the money. Some of the men, who have been around for a time know how to negotiate with him for a better deal. Take the somewhat jaded Porn Star Ray Tanner (Ivan Hardin). He knows how to swing his tool around. So, he gets a little bit better pay. After all, he’s a star.

Then there is the new boy, who is barely of legal age. Or at least looks that way. Ricky (Noah Longton) comes into the movie biz with his bright eyes wide open. Will this lead to stardom? Who knows – but no doubt millions will watch the Video in comfort at home as they exercise their body parts.

The Porn Movie is called “Cops”.  You know -- a Cop arrests you – only because he digs you. It’s the uniform. Whether you are a Plumber or a Cop – a uniform always gets what he wants.

Jamie (Jared Scott) has been in many plays at New Conservatory, A Larsen Show called “All Male Peep Show” and the Off-Broadway hit – “Sleeping with Straight Men” (which he also produced.” Scott is one of the best actors around – and it’s good to have him back.

Sabrina De Mio (Linda) plays the wife of the buffed up wanna be Actor that turns to Porno movies – cause they need the money. Linda, the wife, tries to keep him in the Porno biz. She becomes his agent and demands and gets a huge bunch of money for his dangling talents. She talks about his talents – especially his 15- foot tall tool. Of course, I exaggerate. But, it is enormous.

There is a lot of badass ass-kicking stuff. Even the furniture can’t take the brutality. Hey, this is not Yoga. It’s real hockey player stuff. I think you guys will be pleased with the “Super Size Action.”

It kind of ends with a cuddly touch. Here are some words from a well known song: (not in the play) -- but right for it.) “Tonight the night of love is in your eyes, but will you love me tomorrow?” And that is a tough one to answer. Maybe it should be sung to something a little bit lower.

HERE IS THE NAKED TRUTH. The entire cast IS ripping good. They worked really HARD, and gave award-winning performances. They should be proud of their talents. It’s sexy -- and terrifically twisted, and funny.

THE DIRECTOR RONNIE LARSEN (he plays Arthur (Director) in the show -- is also a famed Playwright.) He’s amazing.

You should really try to see this “Tongue in cheek play.” It’s at 125A Hyde Street (Near Golden Gate) at, the Custom Made Theatre.

RATING: FOUR GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!!! (highest rating) –trademarked- 

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he also produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED)))








October 21, 2011

PETER GALLAHGER THRILLS THE VENETIAN ROOM




Peter Gallagher - Courtesy Photo


PETER GALLAGHER BUSHY EYEBROWS AND A MARVELOUS VOICE


ACTOR, SINGER GALLAGHER is a stage and movie actor. He played the part of Danny Zuko in a touring production of Broadway’s Grease and he was in that great movie “American Beauty”, plus “The Idolmaker”, and “Sex, Lies and Videotape” – and dozens of other productions.

He was quoted as saying – “Everyone seems to mention my eyebrows (They are very bushy.) Gallagher also has plump lips. Nothing attracts girls like the combination of sexy lips and bushy eyebrows. Lucky him.

Gallagher appeared with Glenn Close in Stoppard’s “The real Thing”. He achieved more fame in Steve Soderbergh’s “Sex, Lies, and Videotape" (1989). He was also Sky Masterson in the ’92 Broadway Revival of Guys and Dolls.

He also released an Album (7 days in Memphis in 2005) on the Sony BMG label. It includes the studio recording of “Don’t Give Up On Me”.  There also is a video of his single “Still I Long For Your Kiss”. 

Gallagher is making his West Coast premiere of his acclaimed cabaret performance of “Songs and Stories”.  The talented veteran of stage, screen and film brings out many songs from the Great American Songbook as well as those wonderful Broadway shows and experiences in his career.  That’s why it titled “SONGS and STORIES.

Bay Area Cabaret Presents this one night evening, only at the Famed Fairmont Hotel Venetian Room at 950 Mason Street, atop Nob Hill. The date and time: Saturday, October 22, 20ll. Tickets are “Hot” and going fast. 

Gallagher weaves his stories and songs effortlessly. Believe me – this sleek evening is likely to linger with you long after you’ve left the magic of the Venetian Room.


(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he also Produced and Hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED)))

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October 19, 2011

SHIRELLES AT RRAZZ ROOM - NOT TO BE MISSED








The Shirellies. Beverly Lee (center) Courtesy Photo

THE SHIRELLES AT THE RRAZZ ROOM – I’M HOOKED!

THE SHIRELLES ARE PROBABLY THE BEST GIRL GROUPS AROUND -- their intonation, timing and sweet delivery of the fantastic repertory of the tunes of yesteryear put me on that high speed train we would all like to see. The magnificent tunes rap-around the arrangements. Everyone can hear every word. That’s right – it puts you in front row center.

Beverly Lee is one of the founders of the group. She has been weaving her musical magic in crisp, sparkling 3-D for 52 years. She goes from slow and mellow to upbeats that will make your socks roll up and down. Lee is determined to keep the spirit of the great musical sounds and all those memories. “We will always have our memories” – Beverly Lee said. “Unlike the music today that no one will remember what they were doing when they heard it.”  I agree. Almost all the new music is tripe. There isn’t a story in the music today. All the new stuff is just one lyric that is sung over and over again. I wouldn’t call it music. It’s more like torture.

“Mama Said” is a high-flying hoot. It starts out with fun cute chitchat that gets your blood moving. I loved it – every movement every pause – every snicker is just so incredible – WOW! Now you listen to Mama.

“I Met Him on a Sunday” – We hope to meet on a Sunday – but it turns out to be Dreams of Falling out of love.” – It’s still buzzing around in my head. I haven’t forgotten a second of it.  See what those Shirelles have done to me.

Then there is the Sassy “Tonight’s the Night.” – a lyric…”You say you gonna miss me tonight? – Well, it looks like he’s not gonna turn up tonight! The tune is first rate in the hands of the Fab Four Shirelles.

There are several more songs in the show that will just sweep you up into the moment. In 1962 they wrote “Soldier Boy”.  It’s just as pertinent now as it was then. Boys are still coming home from wars. “Soldier Boy” was a huge hit – and many other groups covered the song. But – The Shirelles version stayed on top. As they sang the song – they asked if there were any Soldiers in the audience. Three men went up on the stage. The Shirelles sang the song and danced with them. This was such a touching moment that many in the audience were tearing up.

At the beginning of the show the STARS all wore Yellow Gowns with sparkles on it. They all traded being the lead singer. One said: “We’ve been with Beverly for 22 years. She was an Original of the Group and she has been performing for 52 years.” She still looks and is in great voice and still has that terrific body.

Near the end the other two girls took over the stage for a number, and the audience kept applauding for Beverly Lee to come back out on the stage. She not only sang the Pop Rock classic “Love Train”, she changed into a shimmering showgirl sexy dress. Boy – did she ever glitter and kick those legs up. Yes, she does have great legs. As she said – “I may be senile – but I’m not that senile!” She jokes, of course.  I might ad. She can shimmy and shake those memories for me anytime.

THE RAPTUROUS AND REMARKABLE STARS ARE: Beverly Lee – Spann and Ane

THE FIRST RATE BAND: John Hughes, bass musical director – Karl Latham, drums – Kelly Park, piano and Barry Finnerty, guitar

There is nothing better than a live performance. And this show has more life in it than anything else I’ve seen this year.

SCHEDULE: Wed. thru Sat. -  8pm. Sun. Oct. 23 - 7pm.

AT THE RRAZZ ROOM.


RATING: FOUR GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!!! (highest rating) –trademarked- 

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he has produced and hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))) 

Courtesy of beyond chron















October 14, 2011

HAPPY, HAPPY -- " RACY LOVE IN THE SNOW"

 

 HAPPY, HAPPY - SMART AND FRESH MOVIE


Does her husband know that she is having an affair? Courtesy Photo from movie Happy, Happy.


 









TALK ABOUT MISERABLE PEOPLE – Two couples get together. One couple leave the big city (France) to find a new life in the country. They found a house where is snows pretty much all the time. Each couple has a son. One couple’s son (the city folk) adopted a black boy. The white kid likes to make up games. He makes his black buddy act like a slave. That part of the movie is not funny.

However, there are some really good chuckles in 
this movie. The couple that owns both of the houses hasn’t had sex with each other for a long time. Turns out her husband, is a closet Gay. He try’s to kiss the husband of the other couple. Yes, I know it’s confusing.

The Husband (the straight hunk) in the rental house is more interested in the woman who married the Gay Man. His lifestyle is to run around naked in snow up to his knees. The Danish have so much fun – and don’t mind freezing to death.

The infidelity turns the couples against each other. The sneaking around days now over – the Rental couple moves back to France and the snow bound couple stay in the snow. Only difference is that the Gay Man moves to the Rental Unit and his wife and son live in the other house.

The Nuanced performances keep you intrigued. Of course the best thing about the movie is the sexual steam. It just about melts the snow.

RATING: THREE BOXES OF POPCORN!!! –trademarked-

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he produced hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED)))

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EAR CONDITIONED EVENTS

ADAM BOCK’S adaptation of Phaedra is “Hot”! Only thru Oct. 23 at http://www.shotgunplayers.org/

There is a Dark Mystery in town. See and hear it at the Phoenix Theatre. It’s called “Man Without A Mask” and takes place in SF.

HAIR WILL OPEN SOON at The Golden Gate Theatre. The hair will be flying around the stage in this magnificent hippie era musical. Watch out – cause they do come down into the audience. The score is absolutely magnificent. And of course, there is the veiled nudity.

Looking forward to A.C.T’s production of “Race” this coming week. You always get wonderful and intriguing shows at A.C.T. at the Geary Theatre. Opens next Wednesday.

At Stage Werx is “Previously Secret Information”. Brand new stories -- will be told by Paul Myers, Rachel Swan, Rachel McDowell and Joe Klock. 446 Valencia St. SF. 

AND THAT'S A WRAP!!!! 
(Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he also produced and hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))) 

Courtesy Archive: www.beyondchron.org. 


 


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October 13, 2011

HOW TO WRITE A NEW BOOK FOR THE BIBLE





 HOW TO WRITE A NEW BOOK FOR THE BIBLE



Mom and Son don't always agree.
Courtesy Photo: Berkeley Rep. 
Pictured: Linda Gehringer and Tyler Pierce

A Son has come home to take care of his mother who is on the edge of dying. She (Linda Gehringer) is feisty and contrary. The dying Mom hides her medicines from the Son and she sneaks into the bathroom to smoke cigarettes. Not a good Idea for someone who is dying from Cancer.

Her son and care keeper is a character oddly enough named Bill Cain (the Author’s name) – played by Tyler Pierce. This play is about a Mother and Son that have a difficult time getting along together. There are religious issues, fun, bitter sweet memories -- and ghosts of a father that has recently died.

The play slides back and forth from the present to the past. Kind of like, “Xmas Past”.
You see the son is a writer. He is also a Jesuit priest, who is kind and caring – even though the family basically doesn’t think that writing is anything important. They see it as a non-job.

The play itself spends a long time judging people, especially (the Son) – but they never seem to have the time to judge themselves. This is a brilliant creation that Bill Cain has come up with. It could work on several levels – even as an Opera. It has that kind of Operatic feel to it. The staging is very operatic. You expect them to start singing a sumptuous Aria.

The older women who is dying, throws out a couple of four letter words. Hey, wouldn’t you also if you were in terrible pain? There is no good or evil here. Just a family, that is in deep despair.

I’ll tell you something. This play will linger in your mind for quite some time. Maybe forever. It’s certainly better than say, TV’s “Dancing with the Stars.”

You will be crying with laughter at times. And if you are not affected by the ending – well, then you are just not human. It surely will remain in your memory for a long time.

THE TRULY AMAZING STELLAR PERFORMERS ARE: Aaron Blakely, Linda Gehringer, Leo Marks and Tyler Pierce.

The Scenic Design by Scott Bradley is a miracle. Callie Floor’s Costume Design embraces a whole new atmosphere. The miraculous lighting design has created a fantastic visual imagination.

WRITTEN BY BILL CAIN
DIRECTED BY KENT NICHOLSON

RATING: THREE GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!! –trademarked-

At the Berkeley Rep


(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he has produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED)))  





















October 10, 2011

NYMPH ERRANT - GLITTERING ENSEMBLE


 

 

 

Sharon Rietkerk contemplates her life in "Nymph".  David Allen Photo

 

 

NYMPH ERRANT


For a 1933 musical -- Nymph Errant took some daring turns that probably shocked some of the upper lip English. Act one takes place in Oxford, England. The local Reverend Pither, debates whether it is proper for an English lady (Evangeline) to travel alone -- especially a young, attractive and virginal young woman.

Now the musical romps along to Lausanne, Switzerland, where Evangeline joins her friends. Her friends talk openly about love and sex. Evangeline is intent on exploring what sex is all about. And if anyone can probe the sexual world it would be the inquisitive Evangeline. Her Chemistry teacher encourages “earthy pursuits”. That’s all that Evangeline needed to know. She meets Andre De Croissant, a French theatrical Producer, who wants to take her to France and make her a star in a ‘follies’ type show.

More frolicking takes place in France, Italy, Greece, Turkey and the Arabian Desert. However, hard as she tries – she never seems to hook up with a sexual partner. Even a Maharani doesn’t seem to show much interest in her.

Originally there was a Nudity scene in the musical – but that was cut. However the song “Sweet Nudity” is still in the score. Many other titillating songs remain in the show.

42nd Moon works its magic again. This is a big production with a perfect cast. The show is irresistible from its first minutes. And you know what – the Actors can sing and dance ever so smoothly. The whole ensemble clicks.

The show is a little long. After all – it takes time to visit the whole world. But the trip is worth it.

Scrumptious music (by Cole Porter) keeps you amused. Musical Director Dave Dobrusky not only plays the piano marvelously, he is also a part of the show. Nick Di Scala is part of the band – A great big part. Really enjoyed it.

HERE IS THE AAAH-INSPIRING CAST: Sharon Rietkerk, Caroline Altman, Leanne Borghesi, Michael Cassidy, Saif Eddin, Alexandra Kaprielian, Eliza Leoni, Lauren Parker, Ray Renati, Steve Rhyne, Nancy Sale, Kelly Sanchez and Erin-Kate Whitcomb. All of these great wizards play many roles in the production.

THE SMART AND WISE GREG MacKELLAN SURE KNOWS HOW TO EMERSE AND ENTHRALL!

RATING: THREE GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!! – trademarked-  

(Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he has produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))) 

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October 5, 2011

BITINGLY FUNNY AND SCARY 'FEAR OVER FRISCO



FEAR OVER FRISCO – TENSE AND BROODING - GREAT FUN

Well to get started, there was a tall good-looking guy standing in the Lobby Entrance of the Hypnodrome Theatre. I arrived early, but he said that I would have to wait outside. The PR guy came by and brought me back into the Lobby and introduced me to the tall good-looking man. We both remembered that we already knew each other. He was the famous “Czar of Noir” – Eddie Muller. The PR guy brought me a folding chair to wait for the Theatre to open. In the meantime – Muller introduced me as a famous writer. Was this a trick? Are they planning to put me on the scary stage? After all it is Noir mixed up with deviant and sadistic scenes.

Eddie Muller has written three spell-binding Noir plays “The Grand Inquisitor”, “Obvious Explanation” and The third play (The Drug) is directed by the over the top Russell Blackwood. But we love “Over the Top” screaming. Especially when they put someone’s eyes out.

 “Drug” took place originally in Saigon. Muller rewrote the kinky play to play in San Francisco. The Czar has made it even kinkier than anyone could imagine. I think you might want to cover your eyes in some scenes. This is bizarre. You can expect screams that will freeze up your spine.

Sure it’s Graphic stuff. But it’s made to shock the audience. You will love the surprise ending where the lights go out completely for a time. There you are in a real blackout. Scary? Yes! Then in the dark, strange things happen to the audience in “The Spook Show”. Wow! It’s nerve racking. Glad I still had some popcorn to chew on.

AS USUAL THE CAST WAS EXTRAORDINARY!

Its their 12th Annual Extravaganza of Terror and titillation.

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he also produced a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))) 



RATING: THREE GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE!!! – trademarked-








October 4, 2011

HILARIOUS UNDERPANTS IS TANTALIZING

 

Courtesy Photo. Custom Made Theatre








STEVE MARTIN’S HILARIOUS ADAPTATION OF 1910 PLAY IS  MERCILESSLY COMIC

THE UNDERPANTS 



It’s 1913 and a Lady just doesn’t let her underpants slip onto her shoes while she waves at the King. It was the scandal of the day. There they were…her underpants were resting on her Ankles. Her prudish husband (a government clerk) is worried that this improper mishap will ruin his career. And this couldn’t have happened at a worst time for him. You see -- he is trying to rent out a spare room. But his wife Louise now will have a chance to drop her underpants more often because all the Tenants that want to rent are males. 

Louise’s underpants became celebrity in their own right. The male boarders were lined up trying to rent the spare room. Not so much for the tiny room – but they think that if she lets her underpants slip down, maybe she might be interested in something more.

The play is witty -- its double entendre wording is just a hoot. This cast -- gives the words a salacious boost that keeps the laughs coming and coming.

Louise is bored with her stiff husband. And no – that is not a double entendre. But her home life is not a (‘Bowl of Cherries’).

Most of the interaction with the Tenants and her husband take place in the Kitchen – where lots of flirting goes on. It’s such juicy fun to watch.

THE CAST COULDN’T BE MORE FUN!  THEY ARE: Riley Krull, David Vega, AJ Davenport, Paul Stout, Gabriel A. Ross and Michael Moerman. They are all crazily entertaining.

HAL GELB, the Director did a really swell job. And the Costume design by Scarlett Kellum kept the rest of the cast from dropping their underpants. Hector Zavala created the interesting Scenic Design.

·    Carl Sternheim wrote the original play. Steve Martin adapted it.

RATING: THREE GLASSES OF CHAMPANGE!!! – trademarked-

(((Lee Hartgrave has contributed many articles to the San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Datebook and he hosted a long-running Arts Segment on PBS KQED))


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