Midtown. Plus: Close to everything. Minus: Close to everything.
|Think of the Tony. Tony, Tony, Tony, Tony….|
|Cannavale with Ireland. And that’s how he treats his wife|
|From the 1949 version|
|Lyceum on 45th. The play’s the thing since 1903.|
After a late checkout, left our bags at the hotel and walked
a few blocks west for the afternoon matinee of The Nance, starring Nathan Lane,
probably most famous on Broadway, or in the stage and film versions of The
Producers, but always worth catching on Letterman. A preview, opening next week. Three months ago I’d tried to get tickets and
there was nothing but the second balcony.
Yesterday we went into the Lyceum box office and voila, two tickets in
the orchestra. Ka-ching.
|Liza With a Z; at the Lyceum in ’72|
|Rake on the balcony, not shown, like Valparaiso|