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Julie Kramer



Nationality:    USA
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Literary Agent:    Agency for the Performing Arts  represented by Beth Bickers

Julie Kramer's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        Best of Everything, The

Best of Everything, The

Before Fifty Shades of Grey, there was Rona Jaffe's scandalous 1958 bestseller the BeST OF eVeRYTHING. Now this controversial novel, which was the basis for the hit 1959 movie starring Joan Crawford, comes to the stage courtesy of the new theater company 95 WordsPerMinute. Set in the pre-women's liberation era, the BeST OF eVeRYTHING tells the story of five young and impressionable secretaries. New to the big city, they dodge the garter-snappers at Fabian Publishing while seeking thrilling careers, gay adventures, and a nice boy to take them out to dinner. This theatrical adaptation of the BeST OF eVeRYTHING is produced with the permission of the Rona Jaffe Foundation. "Back then, people didnt talk about not being a virgin. they didnt talk about going out with married men. they didnt talk about abortion. they didnt talk about sexual harassment, which had no name in those days," explained Jaffe in an interview about her novel. "I thought if I could help one young woman sitting in her tiny apartment thinking she was all alone and a bad girl, then the book would be worthwhile.

adaptation of Rona Jaffe's novel

1st Produced:
HERE Arts Center - Dorothy B. Williams theater
145 6th AVenue, New York, NY 10013    29 Sep 2012

95 WordsPerMinute

1st Published:
Dramatists' Play Service, Inc   978-0822228691


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