September 01, 2015

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Born Yesterday Opens on Broadway; Arrivals, Curtain Call and Party Born Yesterday, Garson Kanin's 1940s hit comedy about a rough-edged chorus girl named Billie Dawn, who refines herself in the context of a world of politics, greed and corruption, opened on Broadway April 24 following previews from March 31. Tony Award winner Doug Hughes (Doubt) directs. Read the Playbill.com story.

Born Yesterday, With Jim Belushi, Nina Arianda and Robert Sean Leonard, on Broadway Born Yesterday, Garson Kanin's 1940s hit comedy about a rough-edged chorus girl who refines herself in the context of a world of greed and corruption, plays the Cort Theatre. The show stars Nina Arianda, Robert Sean Leonard and Jim Belushi, under the direction of Doug Hughes. Read the Playbill.com story.

Jim Belushi, Nina Arianda, Robert Sean Leonard and the Cast of Born Yesterday Meet the Press Jim Belushi, Nina Arianda, Robert Sean Leonard and the cast of the Doug Hughes-directed revival of Garson Kanin's Born Yesterday met with the press on March 3. The comedy will play Broadway's Cort Theatre, beginning previews March 31 and opening April 24. Read the Playbill.com story.





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