February 08, 2016

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Returning Breakfast at Tiffany's to Truman Capote

The world-premiere production of Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany's opens March 20 at Broadway's Cort Theatre. Speaking recently at The Carlyle, the cast — including Emilia Clarke (Holly Golightly), Cory Michael Smith (Fred) and George Wendt (Joe Bell) — along with director Sean Mathias, talk about translating Truman Capote's novella from the page to the stage, and how the play differs from the iconic film. For more information on Breakfast at Tiffany's, click here.








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