Playwright: Ron Hutchinson
Director: Lee Ann Payne
It’s 1939, and legendary movie producer David O. Selznick has a problem: He’s supposed to bring the epic novel Gone with the Wind to the big screen, but he fired his director and hired a screenwriter who hasn’t read the book. What to do? Lock everybody in his office and eat only bananas and peanuts until the script is ready, of course! This play is a hilarious look back at the golden age of Hollywood and the making of an iconic American film.Tickets and info: (650) 493-2006; dragonproductions.net
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