Neil Simon's Autobiographical Chapter Two
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The last date listed for Chapter Two was Friday October 4, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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A sumptuous Manhattan mansion takes center stage in the generations-spanning comedy of manners Old Money. This witty critique of the hypocrisies of the rich finds a wealthy Wall Street baron buying his way into the upper crust through lavish parties at his historic residence, lovingly restored to its former grandeur. As the modern-day elite go through their silly dance of social aspiration, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein's script skips a century back in time to show that the mansion's original occupants weren't behaving much differently. In the end, this scathingly witty commentary on flagrant prosperity reveals that while the rich may get richer, they don't get any more tolerable. Learn More
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Don't miss seeing it! The play was amazingly well executed by the four actors, the music was wonderful, the set/stage was great! All in all a very enjoyable evening at the Barn Theatre with the well written play by Neil Simon, with much wit and...continued
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