Author: Stanford Friedman

Flying Over Sunset

On paper, the play’s construct seems delightfully crazed. Take Aldous Huxley, Clare Boothe Luce and Cary Grant, feed them all some LSD and let the sparks fly. On stage, the difficulties become apparent.

Read More

Morning’s At Seven

Rather than mortality, this Paul Osborn comedy, which is no spring chicken itself, deals with marital woes, real estate and roads not taken; the stuff of midlife crises. Which is to say that the playwright was on the cusp of 40 when he wrote it.

Read More

Subscribe

Archives

Pin It on Pinterest