Seen on Broadway: The 1940 play Old Acquaintance has been forgotten on Broadway. John Van Druten's look inside the prickly life-long friendship between two female writers has endured instead at the movies, first with Bette Davis and Miriam Hopkins in 1943, then as a sexed-up 1981 remake, somewhat scandalously directed by the late-career George Cukor, with Candice Bergen and Jacqueline Bisset. Kicking off the 2007-2008 season, the Roundabout Theatre Company has dusted the source material off ...

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