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  • Author:
    Tom Jacobson
  • ISBN:
    1580813569
  • ISBN13:
    978-1580813563
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  • Publisher:
    L.A. Theatre Works (March 6, 2007)
  • Subcategory:
    Performing Arts
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Bunbury By Tom Jacobson. What if Blanche Dubois didn't go crazy? Or if The Three Sisters actually made it to Moscow? When he discovers he's only a fictitious, never-seen character in a Oscar Wilde play, Bunbury joins forces with Rosaline, Romeo's hidden obsession from Romeo and Juliet, as they infiltrate and alter classic literature. Recorded before a live audience at the Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles in July of 2006.

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Narrated by Jean Gilpin. When he discovers he's only a fictitious, never-seen character in a Oscar Wilde play, Bunbury joins forces with Rosaline, Romeo's hidden obsession from Romeo and Juliet, as they infiltrate and alter classic literature. Theatre Works full cast performance featuring:Jean Gilpin as Lady CecilyKathryn Hahn as a Page Hamilton as Peter.

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What if ... Romeo & Juliet had a happy ending? Or Blanche Dubois didn't go crazy? Or the Three Sisters actually made it to Moscow? When he discovers he's only a fictitious, never seen character in Oscar Wilde's timeless The Importance of Being Earnest, Bunbury joins forces with Rosaline, Romeo's never-seen obsession from ROMEO AND JULIET. Together they infiltrate and alter classic literature, including giving Romeo and Juliet a happy ending.

A L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring: Jean Gilpin, Kathryn Hahn, Melinda Page Hamilton, Peter Paige, Amanda Rowan, Orlando Seale, Andre Sogliuzzo, John Vickery and Matt Wolf.


Kale
This is a gem of a play for the right people, both performers and audience.

Its concept and conceit are original; its realization is meticulously and lovingly researched; and its dialog and situations go from spot-on pastiche to witty invention to madcap absurdity to a remarkable ending full of sentiment, optimism, and genuine love. Along the way, it touches [lightly] on existentialism, finding one's identity and purpose in a possibly mutable world, and the boundaries between what can/should be endured and what can/should be altered.

My husband and I were bowled over with delight when we chanced upon the initial production of this play in Los Angeles, and immediately wanted to see it again -- to no avail, as all subsequent performances were sold out. (I had no idea there were so many Angelenos so well-versed in literature and so appreciative of a gentle loving mocking romp through the serious classics.)

We have a monthly play-reading circle that includes half a dozen actors and a few directors, and chose this as our selection for September 2014. All of us had actually acted in one or more productions of /Importance of Being Earnest/, /Romeo and Juliet/, /A Streetcar Named Desire/, and /Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf/, as well as Chekhov, Ibsen, Strindberg, and Beckett, and we had to pause our line-readings repeatedly to accommodate outbursts of delighted mirth.

Had we but had a peacock and a proper porcupine puppet, and maybe a little dog named Sheba, we'd have pushed the evening completely over the top.

After we were done, we continued to talk for hours afterwards about Drama, Literature, Art, Love, Life, and Fate, with optimism, reverence, and glee -- exactly the experience I had hoped we would have.

If you can imagine the essence of --
/Wit/ without illness;
/Equivocation/ without heavy-handedness;
/Good Night Desdemona/ with a wide-angle kaleidoscope; or
/Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead/ retold as a romance
-- then you will have a treat when you experience /Bunbury/.
Cozius
Thought it was a book. It is the play, but that's okay because I wanted it as I have to costume this play next year. I enjoyed the humor and the twists and found the ending profound.
Cointrius
Reading the synopsis piqued my interest...reading the play was a JOY! Clever, funny, challenging, and downright delightful...a must for all lovers of literature, Shakespeare, classic theatre...and a damn good read!