You Might As Well Live

As a huge fan of American writer and wit Dorothy Parker, I headed to the Mill Studio, part of Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, in order to see You Might As Well Live, performed by Sue Daniels of Cotton Grass Theatre with jazz music from the Steve Salfield Trio. “Dorothy” tells us the story of her life, loves and the writers of her day, interwoven with her poetry. It didn’t quite reach the heights of Parker’s brilliance, but it was an entertaining evening and served as a wonderful reminder of her talent.


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