The Patsy (Off-Broadway, Abrons Arts Center, 2022) | Playbill

The Patsy


Filled with familial intrigue, marital sparring, lovers in pursuit, country club scandals, and labors of the heart, The Patsy premiered on Broadway in 1925 becoming an instant success. The hit play was then immediately immortalized in film by a quartet of early 20th century luminaries—stars Marion Davies and Marie Dressler, director King Vidor, and producer William Randolph Hearst.

In 2011 David Greenspan, along with Transport Group Artistic Director Jack Cummings III, put their own spin on the feisty drawing room comedy by giving all eight roles to Greenspan.


Directed by Jack Cummings III

Featuring David Greenspan


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