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FROM JACK GARNER'S COLUMN:

THE MAN’ AT GEVA. Yes, you’ve heard right, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is currently starring in Geva’s production of You Can’t Take It With You. And Robert Vaughn proves a pleasure to watch.

The Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning Vaughn plays the amiable, wacky but wonderful patriarch and inspiration for the wacky and wonderful Sycamore family. Martin Vanderhof is the father of...
Penny Sycamore, who started writing bad plays eight years ago because somebody accidentally delivered a typewriter to the house.

Martin is an eccentrically happy old guy who believes you shouldn’t do anything that you’re not going to enjoy doing.

Vaughn — only two months away from his 80th birthday — is inspiring. He may not be as nimble as he was when he chased spies on The Man from U.N.C.L.E. or bandits in The Magnificent Seven, but he remains an articulate, entertaining actor. It was a joy to see him build efficiently to his big final-act speech that brings the play home.


From: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/article/20120919/LIVING0107/309200008/Wright-Boynton-house-renovation-WXXI?nclick_check=1

Thank you to The Geva Theatre for the link!


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