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The 50 Best Films of the ’90s, From ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘Groundhog Day’
In the role that won him the 2017 Olivier, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Award for Best Actor, Andy Karl plays Phil Connors—a disgruntled big-city weatherman mysteriously stuck in small-town America reliving the same day over and over and over again—with no consequences, no regrets, no tomorrows, and no hangovers. But once he starts getting to know associate TV producer Rita Hanson, he discovers it’s a day of second, third and fourth chances.
Based on the iconic film, Groundhog Day is the new Broadway hit that Entertainment Weekly calls, “a wonderfully inventive show, with dazzling energy, creativity, wit, and heart.” And NY1 says, “This is a Groundhog Day to celebrate! With Danny Rubin’s wryly humorous book, Matthew Warchus’ inventive direction, and Tim Minchin’s clever songs, the forecast for this Groundhog Day looks pretty bright!”
The Isabelle Stevenson Award is presented annually to a member of the theatre community who has made a substantial contribution of volunteered time and effort on behalf of one or more humanitarian, social service or charitable organizations.
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Have you ever had a dream where you're stuck in a town and just can't escape? No matter what you do, you can't leave it. Your own Groundhog Day. Your own personal hell. Apparently, for some of us hell is Bridgeport, Connecticut. For those blissfully unaware, Bridgeport is a once-vibrant city that over the past century sank into the depths of despair. The home of . Barnum is now the home of destitution. Oh, and it was our home for a year. That explains the dream. There are still some Jews in Bridgeport, but their numbers are dwindling. Take actor/comic Richard Belzer, for instance. Born in Bridgeport. Grew up near Bridgeport. Wrote for a Bridgeport newspaper. Thankfully for him, escaped. The only way we could escape that dream was by waking up in cold sweat. We breathed in deeply. Bridgeport was just a nightmare. In reality, we were in the wonderful state of New Jersey. Everyone's personal hell is different. Verdict: Jew . June 13, 2013
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