Milvotchkee, Visconsin: A Comedy About the Tragedy of Dementia
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One of Neil Simon's most memorable (yet least performed) plays, I Ought To Be In Pictures concerns struggling Los Angeles screenwriter Herbert Tucker, who abandoned his family in New York 16 years earlier. His adventurous daughter Libby arrives on his doorstep convinced that he can help jump-start her film career. After dispensing guilt and demanding love, Libby convinces Herb to take another stab at parenting, accept his responsibilities and come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with girlfriend Steffy. Learn More
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Featured review from Susan Doyle-Godfrey
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This is the first time we attended a production at the 10th Avenue theater. The facilities were very good. The staff were welcoming and accommodating. The production was very good although sad. I liked the creative way the story was told and felt the actors were excellent. My only suggestion was that there was a lot of yelling; some of the lines could have been said and received better had the actors had not over dramatized some of their lines. All-in-all it was a very good experience and would consider attending another play at the 10th Avenue theater. Thank you.
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The acting was amazing. Linda Libby never disappoints. The script was excellent and unpredictable and also very funny for a tough subject like Alzheimer's. i highly recommend it, although it is also a tear jerker if you have any connection to...continued