Classic Comedy Arsenic and Old Lace From Attic Community Theatre
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The last date listed for Arsenic & Old Lace was Saturday October 13, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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This hilarious musical satire of 1960s corporate life (think Mad Men) is from the Tony-winning composer of Guys and Dolls. Following the morally questionable instructions of a corporate strategy book titled How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, young window-washer J. Pierrepont Finch plots and plans each boldly audacious step of his meteoric rise from the mailroom to the boardroom in this delightfully irreverent musical. A Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy, How to Succeed is packed with catchy favorites such as "I Believe in You," "Been a Long Day" and "Brotherhood of Man." Learn More
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Absolutely delightful! I enjoyed every second. In fact, I would love to see it again. The casting was right on and every player did an amazing job. The Brewster sisters were so believable. They are obviously not in their senior years yet but, they have you fooled the whole time. The darlings had me loving them just as the one's in the film did. You can't help yourself.
And WOW, I was so captivated with "Mortimer". (Since There are two actors who portray his character, Im not sure which one I had the pleasure of seeing.) What a great actor. He was so charming and charismatic. We all know that Cary Grant is a hard act to follow but, I believe this Mortimer hit it out of the park. The other character I thought did a magnificent job was, "Dr. Einstein". John Espino captured his character to perfection. Way to go Mr. Espino. All and all, I loved, loved, loved every second. Thank You for a wonderful experience. I'm telling all my friends about it and I will definitely be looking out for those actors. Great talent. (BTW, I was at the Oct.6TH matinee.) Lydia Camargo