By David Cuthbert Theater critic
"Went with Joycie to ‘Plaza Suite,' " Noel Coward wrote in his diary in 1969. "Such a good idea, having different plays all played in a hotel suite. I wonder where Neil Simon got it from?" The answer was Coward's "Suite in Three Keys," produced three years earlier.
"Plaza Suite" was an enormous hit on Broadway, as a touring show, a movie and then as the ultimate dinner theater play. It must be an unwritten law that all dinner theaters are required to produce "Plaza Suite." A new production has just opened ...Read More