5 edition of Accent on Youth found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||December 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Cast: Lisa Banes, Rosie Benton, Curt Bouril, David Furr, Mary Catherine Garrison, Byron Jennings, Charles Kimbrough, David Hyde Pierce, John Wernke. Middle-aged comedy playwright Steven Gaye Herbert Marshall decides to write a tragedy in which an older man loves a younger woman, who leaves him for a younger man. After two years in power, the APC has not kept its promise of increasing youth employment; instead the conditions of youth continue to degrade, a problem that has stymied the youth themselves.
That Linda falls for the young man, Dickie Reynolds David Furrwho plays her paramour in the play, is harder still to swallow without objection - especially since this development exactly mirrors one in Old Love - although Accent on Youth fuel enough to keep the action sputtering along for a pleasant, if empty-headed, two hours.
You are tempting and divine, Like intoxicating wine. The original Broadway production of Accent on Youth played for 229 performances at the Plymouth now Schoenfeld Theatre starring Nicholas Hannen as Steven and Constance Cummings as Linda. The instant the curtain yes, a real curtain rises on the drawing room of superstar playwright no, I'm serious Steven Gaye that's his nameand begins its incessant meta-tweaking of theatre folk, personalities, and scripts as if none of it had ever been done before, you know you've been catapulted into a different era.
AOY uses professional directors and primarily cast from the talent found within Chagrin schools. This mild drawing-room comedy by Samson Raphaelson — better known for such efforts as "The Jazz Singer" it was a play before it was the 1927 movie and the Accent on Youth for "Trouble in Paradise" and "The Shop Around the Corner" — feels like a bottle of champagne that's long lost its fizz.
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Its star was a 37-year-old singer named Al Jolson, a Russian-born Jew who performed in blackface.
For the 1935 film adaptation, see.
After two years in power, the APC has not kept its promise of increasing youth employment; instead the conditions of youth continue to degrade, a problem that has stymied the youth themselves.
His loyal secretary, Linda Mary Catherine Garrison , freed from her duties, takes the opportunity to declare her love for him, and the two begin a relationship that mirrors the age difference between the characters in his play.
Here in my arms the picture is so complete.