Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Broadway, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 1969) | Playbill

Last of the Red Hot Lovers



Last of the Red Hot Lovers will have you laughing from start to finish. Barney Cashman believes life is passing him by (maybe a mid-life crisis?) so he sets out to put some excitement into his life. His mother’s apartment is empty one afternoon each week, so he decides seduction—with three uniquely comedic women—is the answer. His failed attempts lead to hilarious results as Barney discovers he may not actually be the Last of the Red Hot Lovers. Neil Simon’s hit comedy is a guaranteed laugh-out-loud romantic romp!

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Tony Award
1970 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1970 Best Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
1970 Best Direction of a Play Nominee
1970 Play Nominee

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