Say Goodnight, Gracie: a One-Man Show Based on the Life of George Burns
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The last date listed for Say Goodnight, Gracie was Sunday March 22, 2009 / 3:00pm.
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What a delight!! Memories galore to those of us who remember the 50's and have fpllowed George Burns over the years! Especially liked the 3 pm time AND no intermission (tho no doubt difficult for the performer). We were able to get tickets thru Goldstar when the venue was sold out - amazing.
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I've seen "Say Goodnight, Gracie" 4 times now (twice on Broadway, once on the first national tour, and now) and while Don McArt is no Frank Gorshin, he still gives a fantastic performance as George Burns. (Sorry Don, but Frank was about as close...continued
Broadway’s third-longest running solo show ever, Say Goodnight, Gracie, was nominated for a 2003 Tony and won the 2003-2004 National Broadway Theatre Award for Best Play. Don’t miss this chance to spend an evening with one of the biggest hearts in show business, the always hilarious George Burns!