The story of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio’s relationship has long been a fascination for many. But Marilyn had a penchant for men who might not have seemed obvious choices to the rest of us. This play doesn’t only play homage to these two iconic people, it chronicles their relationship in selective moments from their lives, cleverly... Through these fragments of their life together, and apart, we can take some measure of what it was that connected them and what it was that made it impossible for them to be together. Marilyn is played with sweetness and a particularly wonderful and authentic fragile strength by the sublime Emily Elicia Low. This must be a rather daunting task, to play a woman so loved and so idealized, but Ms Low manages somehow to portray her as just a girl, in many ways. I never once felt I was being shown some pretty picture of Marilyn, a copy of a copy of a copy, so to speak. Whoever Marilyn truly was, Ms Low becomes that part of her that we can relate to, and she does so with an almost uncanny sense of Marilyn. L-R): Marilyn Monroe (Emily Elicia Low) and Joe DiMaggio (Rico Simonini) share an intimate moment. The role of Joe DiMaggio is played by Rico Simonini. And I have to say I think he does a brilliant job of portraying this iconic sportsman as much more than just a jock. His love for Marilyn and his struggle to understand it are vivid and real and fully realized by Mr Simonini. I can only imagine that years of research went into this production, coupled with a deep love and respect for both Marilyn and Joe. The detail and intimacy of these scenes is really mesmerizing. It’s as if we are a very real part of their lives, and as the years pass by we watch them grow and change in front of us. The writing of these two icons feels accurate historically, but also very natural and fresh. It is such an interesting way to tell this tale. Chronicling the years in this rhythmic, systematic pattern, while we wait breathlessly in the darkness of the scene changes, anticipating the next glimpse into their lives with an almost voyeuristic intensity. (L-R): Joe DiMaggio (Rico Simonini) helps Marilyn Monroe (Emily Elicia Low) rehearse a scene. If you are at all interested in Marilyn Monroe, or Joe DiMaggio and in. Source: nohoartsdistrict.com
The story of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio's relationship has long been a fascination for many. Both were huge stars when they met and from such completely different backgrounds that their marriage came as quite a shock to all. But Marilyn had a
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The information herein was accumulated of fifty some odd years. The collection process started when TV first came out and continued until today. The books are in alphabetical order and cover shows from the 1940s to 2010. The author has added a brief explanation of each show and then listed all the characters, who played the roles and for the most part, the year or years the actor or actress played that role. Also included are most of the people who created the shows, the producers, directors, and the writers of the shows. These books are a great source of trivia information and for most of the older folk will bring back some very fond memories. I know a lot of times we think back and say, "Who was the guy that played such and such a role?" Enjoy!
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