The Odd Couple has hit the stage at the Holden Street Theatres in a local production of the 1965 Broadway classic.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue concerns a middle-aged couple who have an apartment in New York in the seventies when New York had the highest crime rate in the world, rising unemployment in addition to common city problems of noise and smells assaulting the senses.
The Blackwood Players’ latest offering is a version of Neil Simon’s classic The Odd Couple which sees the lead characters transformed into Olive Madison and Florence Unger.
The ever-reliable St Jude’s have chosen a recent Neil Simon as their latest offering. Unlike the standard, Simon canon, this piece is gently sentimental and quietly humorous
What would you do if you showed up for a dinner party only to find the hostess missing and the host upstairs in his bedroom with a bullet hole in his ear.?
The seventies saw the film 'The Goodbye Girl' by Neil Simon. The nineties saw the musical version hit the stage. Now, Therry presents this toe-tapper.
Author Jake has women troubles: they are on his mind; they are in his mind. He only has to think about them to have them materialise and speak the dialogue he gives them. But what happens if they start writing their own conversations?
The play may not be comfortable viewing for anyone touched by addiction but Simon has a gift for finding laughs in the darkness and sympathy in the unsympathetic.
A sweet story of love and loss, told with Neil Simon's usual flair for comedy.