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s do this play in February It s a technician s nightmare and we can t afford do this play in February It s a technician s nightmare and we can t afford build a set but it sure is a cute love story I guess half the sitcoms of the 60s 70s have Neil Simon s humor It s great stuff Barefoot in the park Neil SimonBarefoot in the Park is a romantic comedy by Neil Simon The play premiered on Broadway in 1963 and starred Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley The play was made into a film in 1967 also starring Redford and Jane Fonda Corie and Paul Bratter are a newlywed couple For their first home they live in an apartment on the top floor of a brownstone in New York City During the course of four days the couple learns to live together while facing the usual daily ups and downs Corrie wants Paul to become asy going for xample to run barefoot in the park 1927 1344 1351 1385 124 46 1347 9646900526 20 I can t believe I hadn t seen this before Not on stage not on screen I am kind of glad I hadn t however There is something about reading a play blankly that inspires the imagination and never having seen this staged allowed me to direct it all in my
head with the gentle nudging of Neil SimonI did like Barefoot in the Park I did laugh I am seriously with the gentle nudging of Neil SimonI did like Barefoot in the Park I did laugh I am seriously forward to watching it now but But I dunno It is from the seventies It is cheesy It is problematic But fuck that It was still fun and isn t fun what it is all about with a comedy I think soLater Now that was a lame late night too much wine review I think I said the same thing about fun being what comedy is all about
when I discussed Last of the Red Hot Lovers and the repetition of that sen This is a very I discussed Last of the Red Hot Lovers and the repetition of that sen This is a very production of a classic play that sounds like it has a laugh track but is allegedly a real audience Us baby boomers maybe might think the one liners of which there are an incredible number are funny But I think millennial s might be scratching their heads Since I am a baby boomer I thought it was a litt. Ive with bad plumbing and in need of a paint job After a six day honeymoon they get a surprise visit from Corie's loopy mother and decide to play matchmaker during a dinner with their neighbor in the attic Velasc. .
1970s Play about newlyweds and NY life If you re from
that ra it ll feel very familiar Delightful comedya newlywed couple try to adjust to real lifeThe movie featuring Jane Fondaera it ll feel very familiar Delightful comedya newlywed couple try to adjust to real lifeThe movie featuring Jane Fonda Robert Redford is hilarious Paul and Corie Bratter have been married just six days when they move into their first home together an apartment five floors up six if you count the stoop with a broken skylight in winter no furniture and no bathtub About the only thing that works is the phone Paul is conservative down to arth and sensible Corie is his total opposite happy xtroverted and fun
She sees the best in verything and Oh the neighbor in the attic Victor Velasco has to climb through the Bratters bedroom window to get to his own apartment because he has been locked out by the landlord due to not paying his rent Victor befriends Corie though Paul has serious doubts about him Victor has been married three times and is referred to as a Bluebeard Charming funny and totally unconventional he has in common with Corie than Paul does On the other hand Paul is much like Corie sees Victor as a potential match for her widowed mother This was thoroughly Desire in Seven Voices enjoyable and far too short The cast was fantastic and perfect for this Neil Simon s timeless story 5 stars for the great mood I m in right now This play is just plain silliness which normally doesn t float my boat But man oh man today it just hit the spot We meet this young newlywed couple She s happy go lucky and he s Well he s a lawyer And a real stuffed shirt And in the face of a tiny Manhattan apartment with a hole in the skylight and reversed plumbing their 2 week old marriage falls apart But not to worry they get back together Don t bitch about spoilers people First off you weren t gonna read this anyway and second it s Neil Simon so you have toxpect a happy nding Ok anyway they get back together but not before lots of whackiness nsues Their upstirs neighbor who lives in the attic is really my kinda guy The Casa Mono Cookbook eating funky foods saying funky stuff I d fix him up with my grandmother if hexisted in real life And thanks to the funky Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds in very sense of the word He's a straight as an arrow lawyer and she's a free spirit always looking for the latest kick Their new apartment is her most recent find too xpens. Le bit funny but it got old pretty uickly Glad it was less than two hours I m not uite sure how I came upon this but in case you come upon it I suggest you just keep on going There is a 10 minute interview at the nd of the play which is slightly interesting than the play itself but also not worth a lot ofloving she sees the best in verything and
attention Is Neal Simon still relevant in the 21st century Based just on this one xperience I would have toIs Neal Simon still relevant in the 21st century Based just on this one xperience I would have to maybe not Basic Plot Paul and Corie are two newlyweds trying to figure ach other out and make their brand new marriage work despite their personal differencesThis play was cute but is getting to be considerably dated As it was first performed in 1963 and was written for that time period I think that marriage is a bit different today Paul and Corie hardly seem to know what they ve gotten into
By Marrying Each Other Paulmarrying Lachlan's Protg (English Edition) each other Paul shocked by Corie s adventurousness and she is annoyed by his conservatism I can t help but think that today people getting married seem to have a much better idea of what they are getting into when they marry Why is this an issue Well as a theatre person who would theoretically be seeking to put on the show I would have trouble getting my actors to connect to the character interactions The cast and I would then have trouble selling it to an audience who doesn t operate this was any and doesn t have the benefit of weeks of getting used to the ideas the director bashes into the heads of the actors Considering my acting pool is a bunch of teenagers this is doubly hard Corie is a housewife and happy in that position The big lesson of the play is that she needs to try to take care of her husband and make him happy Now I agree with this but as one side of a two sided coin that involves BOTH spouses taking care ofach OTHER and making EACH OTHER happy The funniest moments in the play involve Paul being drunk and most of the other funny moments relate to other characters drinkingbeing drunk This is fine for adults but at the high school level isn t ntirely appropriate Overall it s not bad but I don t know that it s a show I d ver actually seek to put O where verything that can go wrong does Paul just doesn't understand Corie as she sees it He's too staid too boring and she just wants him to be a little spontaneous running barefoot in the park would be a star. .