Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A play about a movie about a standup comic

Performance: The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall
Theater: Theater J. 1529 16th Street NW
Metro Stops: Dupont Circle – Red line or U Street/Cardozo-Green line. Directions here.
Genre: Commedy
Cost: $25 tickets for people 25 and under. Pay What You Can 4/15 and 4/16
Dates: Through May 24
We’re going: on 4/15 Let me know if you want to join.

They say: Henry’s a hungry librettist with a great idea and the moxie to pull it off. But complications ensue as he betrays his loved ones securing the rights to Woody Allen’s famous film. The closer he gets to his dreams, the more havoc he wreaks. A hilarious tale about skyscraper ambitions in a celebrity driven town.

I’ll tell you more later this week. In the meantime, here are some of the best scenes from the original Annie Hall:

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