The Paris Letter: A Play

The Paris Letter A Play Jon Robin Baitz has been praised as one of America s foremost playwrights on themes of conscience Now from the author of The Substance of Fire comes an absorbing new play about power and money and the

  • Title: The Paris Letter: A Play
  • Author: Jon Robin Baitz
  • ISBN: 9780802142467
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jon Robin Baitz has been praised as one of America s foremost playwrights on themes of conscience Now from the author of The Substance of Fire comes an absorbing new play about power and money and the ruinous effects it can have on friendship, love, marriage, and ultimately oneself In this modern tragedy set in urban New York City, Wall Street powerhouse Sandy SonenbergJon Robin Baitz has been praised as one of America s foremost playwrights on themes of conscience Now from the author of The Substance of Fire comes an absorbing new play about power and money and the ruinous effects it can have on friendship, love, marriage, and ultimately oneself In this modern tragedy set in urban New York City, Wall Street powerhouse Sandy Sonenberg finds his personal and professional life threatened by the unraveling secrets of his past After burying his true sexual identity, a lethal affair with a young male associate forces Sonenberg to confront a lifetime of unrequited love and betrayal.

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    1. I vaguely remember reading this when it first came out a dozen years ago, and not being able to figure out what was going on (I was thrown trying to figure out the doubling of the actors, rather than just concentrating on the characters). Anyway, a friend recently did the play across country, so I was unable to see it, but that impelled me to revisit it. THIS time it made complete sense, and though in some senses, it has not aged well, other aspects have sharpened since its debut.

    2. I liked the book on tape version of this. It had an amazing cast with Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Ron Rifkin and Patricia Wettig. Funny that they all ended up working together later in other sitcoms. RR & PW were in Brother's and Sisters and NPH and JR in How I met your Mother. I listened to this twice while I was traveling. I thought the play was really well done. I got a little confused the first time because some of the actors play two characters but it was really clear the second t [...]

    3. I had enjoyed the Broadway production that starred Ron Rifkin and John Glover and so I bought the script. A sobering play, well performed.

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