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TWENTIETH CENTURY BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: April 25, 2004
Synopsis: The play is the comedic story of Oscar Jaffe, a successful and egomaniacal Broadway director, who has transformed a chorus girl, Lily Garland, into a leading lady. As Lily rises to stardom and heads to Hollywood, Oscar begins a career downslide. Bankrupt and on his way out, Oscar boards a train, the Twentieth Century Limited, where he coincidentally runs into Lily again. Oscar pulls out all the stops to persuade the now temperamental star to return for another show.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"FEATURING the gorgeous, glossy heads of Anne Heche and Alec Baldwin preening cheek to cheek, the posters for the new revival of ''Twentieth Century,'' at the American Airlines Theater, promise an onstage love affair that sizzles with glamour and narcissism. Yet by far the most exciting chemistry in the draggy revival from the Roundabout Theater Company that opened last night is what crackles between Lily Garland and Mildred Plotka.
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