STAGE: Clothes For A Summer Hotel

Mr. Williams’ highly theatrical and evocative “Ghost play” about the tumultuous marriage and creative lives of Zelda & Scott Fitzgerald. CLOTHES FOR A SUMMER HOTEL, which opened in NYC on March 26, 1980, was Mr. Williams’ last Broadway production and has rarely been staged since. Filled with music and dance of the jazz age, the play fuses the past and the present in a theatrical tour-de-force as Zelda and Scott re-visit their youth and the ghosts of characters (including Ernest Hemingway) who helped shape their existence. (source)

Thru Feb 21 @ at the Hudson Guild Theatre
441 West 26th Street (Btw. 9th & 10th Aves.)

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One thought on “STAGE: Clothes For A Summer Hotel

  1. LOVE your blog! GREAT work with the connection between NYC and the south–particularly Alabama, where I reside. I found your blog when I was looking for info on the Arley Chittlin' Festival. Would you happen to have any info on that event? Meanwhile, I hope you will check out our web site "Swampland: Cultures of the South" at http://www.swampland.com . I write under RiverVue, and I will definitely be linking to your blog in future posts.:-) Hope you will link to us as well. Thanks, PenneElk

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