Tag Archives | Arthur Kopit


Review: ‘Nine’ at Colonial Players of Annapolis

Colonial Players of Annapolis’ production of Nine is a musical extravaganza, with lots of marvelous singing and dancing, as well as beautiful costumes. With a book by Arthur Kopit, music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, directed by Ron Giddings, and music direction by Andrew Gordon, it blends the past with the present, and mixes fantasy with […]

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Review: ‘Nine’ at Wildwood Summer Theatre

What do you get with a cast of 1 artistic film director plus 10 beautiful ladies? Nope, not eleven, it’s Nine! Presented by Wildwood Summer Theatre, composed by Maury Yeston, written by Arthur Kopit, and directed by Rocky Nunzio, Nine follows the tale of struggling Italian film director Guido Contini (Noah Beye) as he obsesses to […]

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‘High Society’ at The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia

Philip Barry’s 1939 play The Philadelphia Story has long been rightly celebrated as a model of wit and sophistication. It inspired a classic movie version the following year and then, in 1956, High Society, a movie musical adaptation with a handful of songs by Cole Porter, who wasn’t too shabby in the wit and sophistication […]

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The American Century Theater Announces Its 2013-2014 Season

The American Century Theater Announced its 2013-2014 Season:  Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn Directed by Rip Claassen September 12-October 12, 2013 Note: Show opens Thursday, 9/12 Neil Simon’s first odd couple … America’s first mad men … the ’60s swing again! Performances Th/Fri/Sat at 8 pm, Sat/Sun at 2:30 pm No Matinee Sat 9/14 Pay-What-You-Can […]

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