Dramedy The God Committee: Medicine, Money & Morality Collide
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The last date listed for The God Committee was Sunday April 20, 2014 / 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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We saw the final performance of this play. It was as enjoyable as The Girl in a Freudian Slip. The show actually started early because everyone was there. If you were on a committee to decide which of the current patients who needed a heart transplant, what criteria would you use to make your decision? And would you be affected if someone offered the hospital $50 million to have his son be the one selected?
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I would highly recommend this show--it's an intriguing plot, well acted, and based on current practices used in deciding who gets a transplant organ. The playhouse is delightful & they give you salted nuts & M&M's to munch on--that was a surprise...continued