Producer working on Ephron play
NEW YORK (AP) – A lead producer of Nora Ephron’s new play, “Lucky Guy,” says he is “committed” to getting her biography of a newspaper columnist on a Broadway stage despite the death this week of the playwright.
Colin Callender said Thursday that his team “can think of no more fitting tribute to her extraordinary writing and remarkable body of work” than to proceed with plans to produce Ephron’s play.
“We are honored to be part of her legacy and remain committed to seeing her magnificent work ‘Lucky Guy’ shine on Broadway,” Callender said in a statement.
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