RESERVED TICKET: $45.00 for reserved seating now open for purchase. In collaboration with ASIE, Says You! will be donating your ticket sales for select seats at The Witcom in San Bernardino to Autism Society Inland Empire to support their effort to offer services and programs to improve the quality of life of people with developmental disabilities.
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We are so thankful to our friends in Palo Alto, the show is sold out. Tickets for San Francisco, CA and Concord, MA are selling briskly. Perhaps Santa is buying them in bulk, because the seats are disappearing quickly. His sleigh must be stuffed. Check in at https://www.saysyou.net/tickets/ for info to see what shows are still available. Get your tickets before it’s too late.
Paul Magid – Says You! guest alum is currently working on a Miramax production with co-star Isabella Rossellini. The film is called Silent Retreat and is about two couples’ misadventures at a rustic/glamorous country retreat. Paul is Rod, the Groundskeeper.
Our cast and panelists are always up to something! Keep up on Facebook or the “news” portion of the website to see what our talented bunch are up to.
Alan from Miami, FL writes –
“Okay, first of all I love your show, but I have to get this out before my head explodes. Its Saturday night and I am listening to your show in Miami, and I am screaming at my radio in my car in the most loving and respectful way I possibly can. It is because of your Broadway question at the top of the show. I will just get to the point. Ok, Auntie Mame and Mame are two completely different shows that are both based on the same woman and the same book called Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis. Auntie Mame is the non-musical version that preceded the musical version that is simply called Mame. Both shows had broadway runs and Auntie Mame definitely starred Rosalind Russell on Broadway AND the amazing film version that followed. Mame the musical version came later and starred Angela Lansbury on broadway and when it came time to make the film version of the musical they went with Lucille Ball in the title role.
So, the question that you asked in its original form, the correct answer would have been Rosalind Russell in Mame because Rosalind Russell was never in Mame because she was in Auntie Mame.”
While the panel got stumped on semantics we did issue a correction at the end of that very same show. To say the least, everyone here at Says You! has been sent a directive to watch the original Auntie Mame! Thanks to Alan for the clarification and reaching out.
Martha’s Vineyard resident Arnie Reisman’s screenplay, Rembrandt Has Left the Building, co-written with Nat Segaloff, has won the grand prize at the Electric City screenplay competition hosted by Film Schenectady.
The screenplay, based on the still unsolved 1990 art heist at Boston’s Isabella Stuart Gardner museum, was chosen winner in the feature division from among 153 submissions to the competition.
Read more here https://vineyardgazette.com/news/2019/08/01/man-letters
NEW live shows coming to NY on November 1st and 2nd. Help us celebrate WRVO’s 50th birthday bash! Browse tickets for Syracuse and Utica on our site now following the link below!