Dinner Party by Neil SimonComedy / Characters: 3 male, 3 femaleScenery: Interior
Here is a decidedly French dinner party served up in a chaotic mode that only a master of comedy could create. Five people are invited to dine at a first rate restaurant in Paris. They do not know who the other guests will be or why they have been invited. Tossed together in a private dining room, they have a sneaking suspicion that this unorthodox dinner party will forever change their lives. John Ritter and Henry Winkler starred in th
Challenge: Dinner near Neil Simon Theatre
That said, there are some gems when it comes to the food on Broadway as long as you know where to look. Be sure to make reservations in advance—the restaurant seats only No trip to New York City would be complete without pizza, but not all pies are created equal. At Don Antonio, a restaurant conveniently located near the Gershwin Theatre, the pizzas are made in accordance with strict Neapolitan-style guidelines. The online reservation system can book tables of up to 20 people, and the restaurant is wheelchair-accessible, so you can accommodate everyone in your party.
Fresh mozzarella and tomato topped with olive oil and fresh basil. Fresh wild caught salmon served with french beans and tomatoe relish. Herb marinated grilled chicken breast served with arugula salad. We were looking forward to the Rigatoni Bolagnese. It had very little bolagnese meat sauce on it, and we asked for additional sauce. The dish also felt dry and lacked flavour.
The Dinner Party is a one-act comedy written by Neil Simon , about marriage and divorce. This is Simon's 31st play. The play opened on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre on October 19, and closed on September 1, after performances and 20 previews. In an interview in The New York Times as reported by talkinbroadway. Playwright Neil Simon, himself married five times, mines his own experience to create the thematic material for this unique farce-turned-dramedy. Six unknowing guests have RSVP'd to a dinner at a private dining room in a first-rate restaurant in Paris.