I love “stage door” plays and movies, like All About Eve, Singing in the Rain, All That Jazz, and pretty much every movie Fred Astaire made. So I’m particularly excited about the play that opens the Pittsburgh Public Theater’s new season, The Royal Family.
Enjoy a royal romp with the biggest celebrities of the Roaring Twenties in Kaufman & Ferber’s lavish comedy, The Royal Family.
NOW THROUGH OCTOBER 31
DIRECTED BY TED PAPPAS
After a critically-acclaimed 2009 Broadway revival, garnering multiple Tony Award nominations, The Public will present a brand-new production of The Royal Family.
The Cavendish clan lives in a lavish Manhattan apartment, befitting their status as the glamorous First Family of 1920s Broadway (think The Barrymores). The Royal Family takes us into the lavish lifestyle of these Roaring Twenties theatrical superstars, whose outrageous behavior is matched only by their love for their work.
For tickets, call 412.316.1600 or BUY ONLINE.
Disclosure: The Public is providing me with tickets to see this production.