Sure, this four-character piece was penned in 1977, but the show at Windy City Playhouse, directed by Jessica Thebus, has a retro vibe happening, replete with a golden-oldies soundtrack from sound designer Kevin O'Donnell.
It's true that some people still think Simon — the consummate writer of the Broadway comedy — to be overexposed, and you can argue that "Chapter Two" is about as current as "They're Playing Our Song." But I differ on those scores.
"Putting the Sir Graham Henry Trophy up for grabs will add some real spice to what will undoubtedly be a very competitive division."Henry said Golden Oldies rugby has a long tradition of bringing like-minded sports people together to share the sense of camaraderie with fellow rugby players from around the world.
Refusing to take the loss of their pensions lying down and to fade away into their declining years, our characters decide to fight back.
They decide to take back what was theirs in the first place. The first bank that Arthur robs is called the Henleaze Building Society.
"For me personally it is also an honour to have the trophy awarded for the first time in my hometown where my rugby playing days began as a schoolboy."The new Golden Oldies presidents grade will play under the full World Rugby laws and is expected to attract a new group of players to the hugely popular and well-established Golden Oldies rugby programme.
Rugby is expected to be the largest sport at the Golden Oldies Sports Celebration.
We see much less of Simon's supremely well-constructed work now (excepting "The Odd Couple") and at least two generations have passed since Simon wrote this play, which was based on his experience in the trenches after the death of his first wife.
It captures a lot of the timeless perils of dating someone previously in a long-term relationship of one kind or another. George has his lovably goofy press-agent brother Leo (Peter De Faria, who is superb) and she has a brassy best friend, Faye Medwick (Amy J.
Enjoy a night with one of Regina's up and coming artists, as she raises money towards the production of her new studio album.
Sit back, relax, have a drink or two, and listen to the hauntingly beautiful voice of the one and only Megan Nash.
Whilst Henleaze is a real place in Bristol, there is no such building society and Henleaze High Street is in fact Corn Street in the centre of Bristol.
The director (and co-writer) has lived all of his life in Henleaze and thought this would be a nice tribute to his family.
It is one of 10 sports – hockey, netball, football, softball, basketball, cricket, golf, lawn bowls, squash and rugby – which make up the month-long Golden Oldies Sports Celebration 2018 and aims to attract a total of 10,000 sports people and their supporters and officials.