Sorry to be sending this to everyone, but I thought Mark ought to know that I can't find it on Amazon. Typed in The Dinner Party and got only one book for over $30. And not one of the three collections of Simon's plays contained The Dinner Party. Any suggestions? I also think it would be fun to do Noel Coward. I also suggested The Philadelphia Story as a play with lots of womens and mens parts and fun to do. steffi
Mark Gibson <[address removed]> wrote:
We've had several people itching to do a Neil Simon play, and "The Dinner Party" has been especially recommended. There are six parts -- three women and three men. If we get a group that's bigger than six, we'll either trade off some parts, or add a short one-act play to the evening, so that everyone has a meaty part to read. Thanks to everyone who's been sending ideas for
In case you are new to the group...
Scripts - The script is available for only a few dollars in many used bookstores, and for just under $8 on Amazon. Please bring a copy if you can. (Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com...)
Preparation - No preparation is required. Some people like to read the plays in advance, others prefer to be surprised.
Parking - Parking in the Upper Haight can be a bit tricky if you're not used to it. Allot extra time, or take public transportation if that's convenient for you.
Start time - Note the earlier start time, 6:45 PM. We'll spend the first half hour getting re-acquainted, discussing the play, and ordering up some drinks. We'll start the reading promptly at 7:15 PM.
When: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 6:45
Where: Martin Macks
1568 Haight Street San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, CA 94117
When you get a chance, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP 'No' or 'Maybe' as well as 'Yes'.) BTW you can always get in touch with me through the 'Contact Organizer' feature on the Meetup.com website: http://playreading.meetup.com/37/suggestion/
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