- Marvin Hamlisch (127)
- Craig Carnelia (42)
- Nora Ephron (2)
- Play with music.
- Imaginary Friends was first produced at The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego in September 2002.
- Novelist Mary McCarthy's notorious statement on the Dick Cavett Show calling playwright Lillian Hellman a liar exploded into one of the most famous of all literary feuds. This surreal farce portrays these two literary lionesses battling it out in hell. It chronicles a compelling story of two women shaped by their different but equally unsettled childhoods, their looks (one was a beauty, one was not) and the men in their lives while it brilliantly examines to great comic effect the concept of truth in fiction: Who can you believe? Interspersed throughout are witty songs that enable the ensemble to comment on the action. The acclaimed Broadway production starred famed actresses Swoosie Kurtz and Cherry Jones.
- September 29, 2002
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|Hamlisch Uncovered - 2017 Various Artists||Fig Tree Rag, I Would But I Can't, Imaginary Friend, Smart Women, A Smoke, a Drink, and You, Will It Matter at All, Words Fail Me|
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