By Sam Bobrick & Ron Clark
8 Characters – 5 men, 3 women
A husband continuously pursues his wife after she leaves him for a waiter. Everyone in the husband's life now seems to like the waiter better than him, including their daughter and his partner.
THE SET: The main set is an old fashioned, lower priced New York apartment. George and Roberta's bedroom is Stage Right with just a bed. The restaurant scene can be performed downstage in front of the curtain.
GEORGE BARTLETT – A man in his late forties
ROBERTA BARTLETT – His attractive wife in her early forties
JIMMY SKOURAS – A waiter in his mid-thirties
ALEX SPRINGER – George's business partner and contemporary
FRED – Customer at Jimmy's restaurant
BUNNY SUTTON – A flashy looking woman in her early forties
JOANNA WILKINS – George and Roberta's daughter, early twenties
POLICEMAN – Late twenties
NO HARD FEELINGS opened in April, 1973. It was directed by Abe Burrows and starred Nanette Fabray, Eddie Albert and Stockyard Channing in her first Broadway show. The play ran a year in Paris (where it is called SANS RANCUNE) and toured France for a year and continues to be performed world-wide.
If you are interested in licensing this play please contact Jonathan Lomma at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
Published by Samuel French