Why See Say Goodnight Gracie?
George's "last hurrah," as he might have offered us on his one-hundredth birthday, is a guided tour through an American century by a man who savored each day. It takes us from his impoverished youth on the Lower East Side of New York City to his career in vaudeville; his wooing of and unlikely marriage to Gracie Allen; their rise to success on stage, screen, radio and TV; her tragically youthful demise; and finally, George's "second time around" as a solo raconteur and Academy Award-winning actor.
Previews from: 14 October 2011
Opening night: 30 October 2011
85 minutes with no intermission.
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