This play is never going to change anyone's life. But it is the definition of fun, unless you are a stick in the mud lacking any sort of funny bone.
I know next to nothing about Noel Coward, other than he's a sophisticate who appears with frequency in books, particular novels, I've read about the 1930s (he's been in Her Royal Spyness more than once). I know he was gay, and I also know he had probably had a romance with Prince George of Kent.
I'd love to see this performed live, but at the moment, the LA Theater Works production I checked out from the library will have to do.
Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I listened to an LA Theater Works production of this, checked out via streaming from a local library. All the martinis are dry as bones - just like the wit. Sophisticated frothyness at its very, very best.
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