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Laughter on the 23rd Floor - Full Length Play, Comedy

Laughter on the 23rd Floor

Neil Simon

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Full Length Play, Comedy

7m, 2f

ISBN: 9780573694141

"Old style comedy: fast and furious." - The Wall Street Journal
"One of [Simon's] funniest...Comedy, comedy all the way." - Newsweek

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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Inspired by the playwright's youthful experience as a staff writer on Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, with all the attendant comic drama as the harried writing staff frantically scrambles to top each other with gags while competing for the attention of star madman "Max Prince".
"Old style comedy: fast and furious." - The Wall Street Journal

"One of [Simon's] funniest...Comedy, comedy all the way." - Newsweek

"Enough laughs per minute to assure [it] a long run and many happy audiences." - USA Today

"The funniest comedy on Broadway in years and likely to remain the funniest comedy on Broadway for years." - Variety

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7m, 2f

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Neil Simon

Neil Simon

American playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon is widely regarded as one of the most successful, prolific and performed playwrights in the world. In addition toLost In Yonkers, which won a Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize, his plays and musicals include Come Blow Your Horn, Little Me, Barefoot in the Park, The Odd Couple, Sweet Charity, The Star-Spangled Girl, Plaza Suite, Promises, Promises, Last ... view full profile

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Paden Frank 10/16/2016 11:57 AM
I had the opportunity to direct this unique Simon show that visits his time on Your Show of Shows and Caesar's Hour with the funniest writers in show business at the time. Not only does the show look at censorship and McCarthy-ism and the effect it had on these artists, but it reminds the audience to have fun while you can because nothing lasts forever.

While it's not as often produced and is criticized for not really having a plot and just being one liner after one liner, give this one a look. You may find something in this underrated, bittersweet laugh riot.
Eric Yazell 5/30/2015 10:10 AM

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