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re: "California Suite" - mix-and-match-approach also common in the US?
Posted by: JereNYC (JereNYC@aol.com) 11:49 am EDT 07/17/17
In reply to: re: "California Suite" - mix-and-match-approach also common in the US? - Ann 10:22 am EDT 07/17/17

I think you're right about all of that, but those are, I think, done with permission of the authors and the expectation that, if you're producing those plays, you can choose which pieces in them you want to do or if you want to do some kind of rotation.

With the Neil Simon plays, I haven't heard that that is the case, but I'm certainly not surprised that producers might go ahead and do it without permission. I'm actually kind of shocked that Simon hasn't licensed each one-act individually to give producers the option to mix and match as they choose under an umbrella title of NEIL SIMON'S HOTEL PLAYS or something like that. Maybe that's what the impetus of HOTEL SUITE was...to put together various plays in a different ways to give producers another option.
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