Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Who's Afraid of Junie Moon?

Playwright as Hot Clone

The Broadway Baby Goes Burlesque
It has to mean something that these two share a birthday - it just has to.  They are the polar opposites of American showbiz - and yet I can't help but thinking there would be few more amazing nights out than some kind of Albee-Minnelli collaboration, although I have no idea what that could possibly be.  That he's 85 and she 66 only makes the prospect that much more interesting.


  1. Not "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", that's for certain. Maybe "The Lady from Dubuque"?

    Mind you, I am sure someone one day might want to have another go at "Breakfast at Tiffany's - the musical" (and she'd be perfect as Emily Eustace Failenson)... Jx

  2. A few years ago Liza could have been the middle one in "Three Tall Women," but she's too old now, and doesn't have the right gravitas for the oldest character.

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    1. Those vestments could use a Halstonische makeover. And think how much more fun midnight mass would be if it had a two-drink minimum!