Archive: Say Goodnight Gracie

Extended By Popular Demand!

September 20 – November 10, 2013

Hanover Tavern

By Rupert Holmes
Starring Scott Wichmann
Directed by Chase Kniffen

Wichmann Wows: His Burns is the most humble, lovable and downright entertaining character you’re likely to see onstage this season, or maybe ever.

STYLE Weekly

Actor shines as George Burns

Richmond Times-Dispatch Review

Wichmann owns the stage: he delivers every punch line with flawless timing and the several moments of drama are genuinely moving.

Sifter - TVJerry Review

Virginia Rep has another hit on its hands.


Say Goodnight Gracie makes for 90 minutes of great entertainment!

Show Biz Radio

Spend a hilarious, heart-warming evening in the company of the world’s favorite and funniest centenarian, George Burns, in this Broadway hit. George is in limbo, unable to join his beloved wife, Gracie, until he gives the performance of his life for God. He looks back on his impoverished youth in New York, the day he met Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen, their chemistry and comic timing, their marriage and rise to the pinnacles of vaudeville, movies, radio and television, and his solo career after her death. Say Goodnight Gracie was nominated for a 2003 Tony Award for best play, and won the 2003-04 National Broadway Theatre Award for best play.

Length: 1 hour and 20 minutes (no intermission)

In the Press

Say Hello, Scott! - Video Interview with Scott Wichmann


Joan Tupponce writes about Scott Wichmann

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