The play opened with Ferrante and Marsden in London's West End at the Comedy Theatre in summer, 1987. Marguerite Lowell replaced Faith Prince as The Girls. It received more critical acclaim and garnered three Laurence Olivier Award nominations.
In 2001, Groucho aired as a national television special on PBS starring Frank Ferrante as Groucho, Roy Abramsohn as Chico and Harpo and Marguerite Lowell as The Girls. It was directed for the stage by Ferrante and for the screen by Steve Moscovic.
Groucho? You bet your life!; Stephen Spiese channels the late great Marx Brother in 'Groucho: A Life in Revue' at the Mount Gretna Playhouse.
Jun 13, 2004; Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but when it's paired with a greasepaint mustache and raised eyebrows, it becomes a...