Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston presents Theatre at the J: Moonlight and Magnolias
It’s 1939 and hilarity abounds. From the memoirs of legendary screenwriter Ben Hecht comes this true story, now adapted for the stage. Movie mogul David Selznick has stopped production on Gone with the Wind. The screenplay is a disaster!
Locked in his office with Hecht - one of the best script doctors in the biz - and director Victor Fleming, yanked from the set of The Wizard of Oz, the three have just five days to re-write the flop into one of the great films of all time, all while eating only bananas and peanuts.