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November 2013: Plaza Suite

Plaza Suite

by Neil Simon

Wednesday 20th November – Saturday 23rd November 2013

Beeston Players present Plaza Suite by Neil Simon

Three couples plus one hotel suite add up to laughs galore in Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite, a hilarious and perceptive glimpse into love, marriage and contentment.

Visitor From Mamaroneck: Sam and Karen Nash are revisiting their honeymoon suite in an attempt by Karen to bring the love back into their marriage. However, when Sam’s secretary – Jean MacCormack – turns up, it looks as if there may be more than just Sam’s work standing in the way.

Visitor from Hollywood: Movie Producer Jesse Kiplinger has arranged to meet up with his old flame, housewife and mother Murial Tate. Awed by his success in Hollywood, Muriel habours regrets about what could have been while a jaded Jesse has almost forgotten what it is to be normal.

Visitor from Forest Hills: Mimsey Hubley has got cold feet on the day of her wedding, and has locked herself in the bathroom. As the clock is ticking, her parents – Roy and Norma – have to resort to more and more frantic attempts to cajole her out.

Set in Suite 719 of New York’s famous Plaza Hotel, these three couples in three self-contained scenes, struggle to work their way through life and love.
Performing from Wednesday 20th November to Saturday 23rd November at Roundhill School, Foster Avenue, Beeston NG9 1AE.


Neil SimonNeil Simon (1927-) is an American playwright, noted for his ability to blend comedy into the deep and complex issues of everyday people.  He is the author of over 50 plays and movie screenplays, including ‘The Odd Couple’ and ‘Plaza Suite’. During his career, he was nomiated for 17 Tony Awards, winning 4 of them and won the Pulitzer Prize.


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