From Omar Prince:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:30pm:
A LIVE ONE MAN PLAY based on the
Life and Work of Montgomery Clift
Starring Omar Prince
Written by John Lisbon Wood and Omar Prince
Directed by Bill Fabris
The characters represented in this play, both recorded and live, are performed by the actor playing Montgomery Clift.
The action takes place in a dressing room off the Freud movie set at Geiselgasteig Studios, a former psychiatric concentration camp in
Munich, Germany . Director John Huston had locked Montgomery Clift, who is playing Sigmund Freud, in his dressing room to work off his inebriation. Clift ruminates about his life and career, revealing his drug and alcoholic addictions and his struggles with homosexuality.
He was one of our greatest and most influential actors. The most idolized Matinee Idol of his time.
And one of Hollywood's most tortured souls. He spoke six languages. Elizabeth Taylor begged him to marry her. He was friends with Picasso, Matisse and Gertrude Stein. He became the first uninsurable actor inHollywood. Marilyn Monroe said that he was the only person more messed up than her.
The show is a must-see for students of cinema, the Golden Era of Hollywood, movie buffs and historians, archivists of gay life and theater aficionados of all types.
All of Monty's seventeen films and the major plays are mentioned in the play, as well as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Olivia De Havilland, John Huston, and Kate Hepburn, who appear as voiceovers in conversation with him.
The Rarest of Birds, was penned by both actor and playwrights,
John Lisbon Wood and Omar Prince and stars Omar Prince.
The show runs approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.