Bunny Bunny: Gilda Radner, A Sort of Romantic Comedy

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by Alan Zweibel, based on his book

In 1975, Saturday Night Live debuted and changed the face of comedy on television. Gilda Radner became one of the show’s most beloved performers, while Alan Zweibel was one of the founding writers. They not only became collaborators, but their friendship would grow through the years – past their time on SNL and through Gilda’s battle with cancer. In 1994, Zweibel wrote the poignant book Bunny Bunny about their time together, and he later adapted it for the stage. Aspie Works founder Justin Rielly directs the reading of the play adaptation.

Cast

Alan Zweibel – JUSTIN RIELLY
Gilda Radner – SARA BICKWEAT PENNER
Various Characters – KIYOMI OLIVER
Narrator – ANNIE MURPHY

This reading is scheduled for:

Saturday Jun. 06, 2020 08:00 PM (concluded)

Zoom Link:

When you attend as an audience member:

  •  Use headphones if you can.
  •  Please mute your microphone when not applauding or laughing or responding.
  •  Please turn off your video transmission while actors are reading.  You are welcome to have it on preshow and during intermission.

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