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re: "California Suite" - mix-and-match-approach also common in the US?
Posted by: JereNYC (JereNYC@aol.com) 09:13 am EDT 07/17/17
In reply to: re: "California Suite" - mix-and-match-approach also common in the US? - tmwctd 02:36 am EDT 07/16/17

Not surprising at all to me, since Neil Simon did it himself with HOTEL SUITE, an evening of of one-acts comprised of pieces mixed and matched from PLAZA SUITE, CALIFORNIA SUITE, and LONDON SUITE. The Roundabout produced the original production of HOTEL SUITE off-Broadway at the Grammercy Theatre when they were producing their off-Broadway stuff down there after the move out of the Criterion Center.

My guess is that when you license one of these plays, you're agreeing to do it as written, but, since everybody thinks they know best, you'll have productions that mix and match scenes without express permission to do so.
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