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Three Postcards - Full Length Musical

Three Postcards

Craig Lucas, Craig Carnelia

Full Length Musical

2m, 3f

ISBN: 9780822214779

The place is a trendy restaurant in Greenwich Village, empty except fo…

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Successfully produced in New York (by Playwrights Horizons), Los Angeles and Chicago, this offbeat and uniquely imaginative "free form" musical play, explores the ups and downs in the lives of three woman friends who meet for dinner and revealing conversation in a chic Manhattan restaurant. Understated and minimalist in style, the play blends seemingly casual dialogue, cleverly appropriate lyrics, and warmly melodic music to explore the inner thoughts and tensions of its characters. "THREE POSTCARDS is a funny and touching evening." —NY Daily News. "Lucas has set out to explore just how uncommon everyday life is when our dreams, memories, fantasies and true feelings are brought to the surface." —Hollywood Reporter. "…a handsome piece of work." —Drama-Logue. "Gertrude Stein would have enjoyed this one." —The New Yorker.


2m, 3f

Craig Lucas

Craig Lucas

Craig Lucas is a American playwright, screenwriter, theatre director, musical actor, and film director. He is currently Associate Artistic Director at the Intiman Theatre in Seattle.Born on April 30, 1951, and abandoned in a car in Atlanta, Lucas was adopted when he was eight months old by a Pennsylvanian couple. His adoptive family was conservative; his father was an FBI agent and his mother was ... view full profile

Craig Carnelia

Craig Carnelia

Carnelia grew up in Floral Park, New York. He was exposed to Broadway at the age of fourteen when he was inspired by the Richard Rodgers musical No Strings. He played guitar, was in a folksinging group and taught himself to play the piano. While attending Hofstra University he won the role of The Boy in off-Broadway's The Fantasticks, and dropped out of school as a sophomore. After a short stint ... view full profile

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