Affairs of State

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Affairs of State is a 1950 Broadway comedy written and directed by Louis Verneuil. It opened at the Royale Theatre, then moved to the Music Box Theatre[1] and played for a total of 610 performances.

It was the first play Verneuil wrote in English.[2]



Inline citations[edit]

  1. ^ Botto, Louis. Playbill: At This Theatre (Applause Books, 2002) (ISBN 1-55783-566-7)
  2. ^ "Playwright Verneuil Found Dead in Paris" The New York Times, November 4, 1952

General references[edit]

  • "Affairs of State: Celeste Holm is Starred in a French Farce that has a Washington Setting" by Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times, October 1, 1950
  • "Affairs of State to Arrive September 25th" by Louis Calta, The New York Times, August 24, 1950

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