Say Goodnight , Gracie BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • Opening Night:
    October 10, 2002
    Closing:
    August 24, 2003

    Theater: Helen Hayes Theatre / 240 West 44th Street, New York, NY, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Frank Gorshin stars in Say Goodnight Gracie: The Life, Laughter & Love of George Burns. A "last hurrah," as Burns might have offered on his hundredth birthday, the play is a guided tour through an American century told through the eyes of a man who savored each day. From his impoverished youth on the lower East side of New York City, to his career in Vaudeville, his wooing of and unlikely marriage to Gracie Allen, their rise to success on stage, screen, radio and TV, her tragically youthful demise, and finally George’s "second time around" as a solo raconteur and Academy Award-winning actor, acclaimed actor Frank Gorshin illuminates George Burns’ life in this one-man show, written by Rupert Holmes, and directed by John Tillinger.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Say Goodnight , Gracie

    George Burns Takes the Stage, Just as He Might if He Could

    Bruce Weber

    October 11, 2002: All you need to know about the level of sophistication of ''Say Goodnight Gracie,'' which opened on Broadway last night at the Helen Hayes Theater, is that it begins with George Burns talking to God.

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