Friday, June 3rd, 2011 | Current Season, Prospect Shows, Season 10-11
Lee Marvin is a riff on a world—Hollywood—where fantasy largely consumes and replaces reality, making more of its characters than they are in real life. In the play one meets a dying Lee Marvin, still a hard guy but ruing lost chances; a failed priest; and Michelle, Lee’s longtime companion and adversary in the infamous lawsuit that introduced the “palimony” doctrine to modern day divorce law. At one point, the voice of Barbra Streisand intrudes from offstage.
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