Bunny (play)

In April 1970 Krasna announced it would go to Broadway and would be produced by Leland Hayward. "We're hoping for a big name" said Krasna who said the play was about a 35-year-old woman "who gets around."[1] The play did not go to Broadway. There was a London production in 1972 starring Eartha Kitt. The Guardian called it "about amusing as an eyewiness account of the Black Death".[2]

Bunny is a play by Norman Krasna.

It was sent to Ellen Burstyn to appear in or direct. She decided to direct a production put on at the Actors Studio in 1979.[3]

References

  1. 'Bunny,' New Krasna Comedy, Is Due on Broadway in the Fall By LOUIS CALTA. New York Times 3 Apr 1970: 44.
  2. BUNNY at the Criterion Billington, Michael. The Guardian 19 Dec 1972: 10.
  3. Ellen Burstyn's Career Takes a New Direction: Talking About Role Reversal 'I Found It So Much Fun' Sent to Her as Vehicle Off to Canada Talking to the Audience Again? Again By FRED FERRETTI. New York Times 2 Aug 1979: C13.


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