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Mad Anthony - Scott and Hem
The year is 1937, and novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald is holed up in a Hollywood villa, trying to finish a screenplay and stay on the wagon while a raucous July 4th party unfolds beneath his balcony. When Ernest Hemingway enters, the real fireworks begin. Their encounter sparks a rambling a conversation that ranges from alcoholism and insanity to death and homosexuality. Their egos are larger than the Hollywoodland sign outside the window. They drop names and one-liners. But for all their swagger and luster, the two writers are haunted by the nagging fear that they are out of words. Scott and Hem is a drama about the cost of love, friendship, and the price of being a writer.
Mad Anthony is the Fitton Center’s resident theatre company. It includes a team of semi-professional directors, designers and actors. They produce theatrical productions, which include controversial issues that provide entertainment, provoke thought and feature new writings and emerging talent.
Series Sponsor: Vaden Fitton
Reception Sponsors: G&J Pepsi Cola Bottlers, Inc. and Two Woman in a Kitchen
Cost: $1- for members and non-members – affordable, quality theatre! (A service fee of $1.00 will be charged to each ticket or season ticket package purchase)
Contact: 513-863-8873 xt. 110
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
Performances run Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.