Saturday, July 3, 2010

Come see the play I'm directing: "The best play of the '80s."

I am directing a play that I believe will provide a remarkable experience for all who attend. It's arguably Neil Simon's best play, Broadway Bound. Time magazine called it, "The Best Play of the 1980s." It's funny, touching, and offers food for thought on how to live your life.

In addition, this production, which runs from July 23-Aug. 15, features a multi-award-winning cast. And, at the risk of tooting my own horn, the previous play I directed at this theatre won Goldstar's Roar of The Crowd Award as the San Francisco Bay Area's #1 audience-favorite entertainment.

Speaking of the theatre, the play is being performed in an intimate setting (98 seats,) in which everyone has a great seat. And it's not even expensive: just $18 adults, $15 for students and people 55+.

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, I'd encourage you to come see it. I do believe that some performances may sell out, so it's wise to buy your tickets now: Here's the link for information and tickets.


Idle American said...

Too many idle Americans have spent too much time watching American Idol.

Anonymous said...

Looked great! Good luck.


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