"Nobody knows what the experience is worth but it’s better than sitting on your hands, I keep telling myself" — Richard Brautigan.
Based on a play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood. The play, set in pre-World War II Berlin is a musical and dramatic account of the German nightclub scene.
Children's Theatre. A bookish lion, bored with life in the circus, refuses to renew his contract. A group of young people rehearse his dreams to be a baseball pitcher teacher, sea captain, detective, and actor. What he finally decides to do is revealed in the exciting conclusion.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? Almost won the Pulitzer Prize in 1963, the Pulitzer’s two-man theatre jury voted for this play. But the fourteen-member advisory Committee overruled the vote. Among their reasons were the play’s profanity and alleged immorality. The decision to award no Pulitzer Prize to drama that year prompted the resignation of the tow theatre Jurors, John Gassner and John Mason Brown.
The comedy centers around the marital exploits of Tracy Lord, a Philadelphia social life, on the eve of her second marriage. The play moves into high gear when Tracy's ex-husband C.K. Dexter Haven and magazine reporter Mike Connors try to dissuade her from taking the imminent trip to the altar.