“Forgotten Hollywood”- The Production Around the Corner…

Posted on October 15, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   In December, Screen Plays presents Parfumerie, directed by Meredith Carroll. Patrons of all ages will enjoy an immersive experience with a broad audience appeal. The stage production is conveniently timed for families to enjoy at Christmas time. You’ll adore the costumes and sets.

   Parfumerie is a delightful comedy set in the 1930s, which immerses its audience through the tangled lives and emotional ties of the employees and the owner of a Budapest cosmetics shop. Only the truth can lead to a happy resolution in this old-fashioned holiday tale.


   This romantic play has been adapted by E. P. Dowdall from the Hungarian work Illatszertar by Miklos Laszlo. The original production inspired several iconic cinematic pictures: The Shop Around the Corner (featuring James Stewart, Margaret Sullavan, Joseph Schildkraut, Frank Morgan, and directed by the legendary Ernst Lubitsch; In the Good Old Summertime (with Van Johnson, Judy Garland, and S.Z. Sakall); and more recently, You’ve Got Mail (starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan).

   It’s Hollywood’s Golden Age on stage brought to you by the Big Apple’s Screen Plays!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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