Stage To Screen: Driving Miss Daisy

Driving Miss Daisy has been one of my favorite movies since the eighth grade. I don't remember what it was about the film that got me, but right from the first, I loved it. It's over twenty-five years later, though, and I've never read the play that it was based on until now. Written by … Continue reading Stage To Screen: Driving Miss Daisy

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Stage To Screen: The Women

September 1, 1939 was the day the Second World War started. It was also the day the M-G-M film, The Women, premiered to great fanfare. Three years previously, The Women was a successful Broadway play by Clare Boothe Luce, with a respectable six-hundred sixty-six performances to its credit (or six-hundred fifty-seven, if you believe Wikipedia). Directed by George … Continue reading Stage To Screen: The Women

Stage To Screen: Miss Julie

Hope my American and Canadian readers enjoyed their Independence Day or Canada Day! If you saw my Instagram, you know mine was rip-roaring. 🙂  Anyway, may I introduce a companion to the new "Page To Screen" series: "Stage To Screen." Like "Page," "Stage" will cover works that have been adapted for the screen, only plays … Continue reading Stage To Screen: Miss Julie