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Park Your Car in Harvard Yard - Full Length Play, Comedy

Park Your Car in Harvard Yard

Israel Horovitz

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Full Length Play, Comedy

1m, 1f

ISBN: 9780573693571

"Israel Horovitz has written his best play and roles worthy of Jason Robards, worthy of Judith Ivey, worthy of the blessed Music Box Theatre!"-The New Yorker

"Tickles, provokes, soothes and entertains.... The best outing since we dr…

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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One of the author's acclaimed Gloucester based plays. This resounding success throughout America and Europe, starred Judith Ivey and Jason Robards on Broadway. A hilarious and deeply moving tale about the toughest, meanest teacher to ever set foot in Gloucester High School. Now Jacob Brackish is dying. He advertises for a housekeeper to look after him during his final year and hires mousey, 40 year old Katherine Hogan, forgetting that he flunked Katherine ... and her mother and father ... and her recently deceased husband. Kathleen relishes the idea of watching Brackish suffer, but, as his final year passes, memories inspire revelations that redefine the nature of their lives.


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"Israel Horovitz has written his best play and roles worthy of Jason Robards, worthy of Judith Ivey, worthy of the blessed Music Box Theatre!" - The New Yorker

"Tickles, provokes, soothes and entertains.... The best outing since we drove along with Miss Daisy."- New York Magazine

"A bright and shining gem!"- CBS-TV


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  • Israel Horovitz on Changing As a Playwright

  • Israel Horovitz on Short Plays

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Israel Horovitz

Israel Horovitz

Isreal Horovitz is a playwright, director and actor. His plays have been translated and performed in as many as 30 languages, worldwide. His 70+ plays include Line (now in 38th year of continuous performance, off-Broadway, at 13th St. Repertory Theatre), The Indian Wants The Bronx (Steppenwolf: Gary Sinise & Terry Kinney), Rats, Morning, The Primary English Class, The Wakefield Plays, The ... view full profile

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