Bus Stop: Acclaimed Drama That Inspired Marilyn Monroe Movie
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Ken Ludwig, the rib-tickling playwright with the Midas touch (see Moon Over Buffalo, Crazy For You, The Fox on the Fairway) had his first golden hit with Lend Me a Tenor, his Broadway debut. This Tony-winning farce opens on the eve of an opera gala in Cleveland in 1934. When the Italian superstar set to headline the event suddenly goes missing, the show's impresario must scramble for a replacement. The ensuing confusion quickly turns into a hilarious screwball comedy, replete with double entendres, mistaken identifies and slamming doors. A smash hit on Broadway with subsequent productions in 25 countries, Lend Me a Tenor now comes to Cincinnati by way of Beechmont Players. Learn More
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The fault is not in the stars, but in the director. Timing is terrible and the characters need to be trained to LOOK at each other when they're exchanging lines and reflect appropriate facial expressions in reaction to other characters--this is especially true for Cheri. This is a good play but a very poor production. The set was far more interesting than the character's interactions.