amuel J. Friedman Theatre
This revival of Samson Raphaelson’s “frothy but engaging comedy” from 1934 is mainly an excuse for David Hyde Pierce to shine, said USA Today. The Tony-winning actor plays a “dapper, but hardly goof-proof,” middle-age playwright who falls for his 20-something secretary.
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