Read The Westchester Guardian – May 1, 2014 Edition

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Read The Westchester Guardian – May 1, 2014 edition

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EYE ON THEATRE: Classics, New and Old By JOHN SIMON

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“Act One” is one of the most popular books about theater ever written. It is the autobiography of the early years of the playwright / director Moss Hart (1904-1961), a chronicle of his early life from poverty-stricken Bronx boyhood in a family of immigrant British Jews, to his rise—through passion for theater, extraordinary persistence and resilience—to co-authorship with George S. …

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Read the Westchester Guardian – March 14, 2013 Edition

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Eye On Theatre: Three One-“acters” By JOHN SIMON

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Americans love quantity. They prefer novels to short stories, symphonic to chamber music, feature films to short subjects. They put up with today’s, economics-induced favorite theatrical format, the 90-minute, intermission less play, only because that is mostly what there is. Well, now there is “Relatively Speaking,” a bill of three one-“acters.” The one-act play, never very popular, makes, when three …

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Eye on Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest By John Simon

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Oscar Wilde‭’‬s‭ ‬1895‭ ‬The Importance of Being Earnest‭ ‬is the most brilliant comedy in the English language,‭ ‬and would be so even in any other one in which the titular pun‭ (‬Earnest–Ernest‭) ‬could not be reproduced.‭ ‬It makes Wilde‭’‬s close-‭ ‬at-heels tragedy even sadder:‭ ‬what treasures of future comedy were buried with him. Frequently revived,‭ ‬the play is back in …

eHeziEye on Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest By John Simon