Homicidal Comedy Par for the Corpse: A Tense & Funny Play
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The last date listed for Par for the Corpse was Sunday June 30, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Before becoming famous for Broadway hits like Barefoot in the Park, The Odd Couple, Lost in Yonkers and Brighton Beach Memoirs, Neil Simon wrote the swinging '60s comedy Come Blow Your Horn. Simon's first Broadway show -- and later a film starring Frank Sinatra -- Come Blow Your Horn follows Buddy, a 21-year-old virgin who flees the boredom of his parents' house for the bachelor's life at his brother Alan's New York apartment. Alan teaches Buddy to be a ladies' man, transforming him into a carbon copy of himself. But along the way, Alan starts developing feelings for one of his many girlfriends, and his carefree persona gives way to vulnerability and a desire for connection. As Alan grows out of the role, Buddy takes over as the resident playboy. Learn More
Venue was great! Free snacks, nice lobby area....the only negative is the seats...they are folding chairs with worn out cushions...caused numb butt, not just for us, but we saw many seated in front of us shifting in their seats frequently trying to get comfortable. I did see someone brought a seat cushion...so they must have had past experience at this venue.Come Blow Your Horn info • Jul 16 2014 star this tip starred
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Loved the play and LOVED the theater. Am so glad we discovered it through Goldstar. The lobby is like being in someone's living room and the proprietor is kind enough to offer homemade cookies and bowls of nuts gratis. The theater is very small but has "stadium seating" so you have a good view of the stage no matter where you're sitting. You can also BYOB and there is no charge of corkage or glasses. My husband and I plan on returning often. As for the play, it was light-hearted and well-acted. Amazing how 10 actors could perform on such a small stage without bumping into one another. I highly recommend it!