The Grand Manner is a unique love story that follows the memory of playwright A. R. Gurney as he recalls his meeting with
actress Katharine Cornell. The play originally featured Tony nominee Bobby Steggert as Gurney, Kate Burton as Cornell, Boyd
Gaines as director Guthrie McClintic and Brenda Wehle as Gert Macy. Pick up these Broadway
Originating in New York's Lincoln Center Theater, "The Grand Manner" was written by A. R. Gurney. The show is
inspired by a 1948 chance meeting with "The First Lady of the American Stage," Katharine Cornell, after her stage
performance in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra. The show was originally directed by Mark Lamos.
The Grand Manner tickets are now available! Don't hesitate to see the show that
critics have been raving about since it premiered in June 2010 at the Lincoln Center Theater. The show is bound to be a great
hit with your friends, so don't miss this opportunity to see the show today! You'll laugh, you'll cry and have fun, so enjoy!