Scott and Hem in the Garden of AllahBack to Current Season
36 Linden Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Written and Directed by Mark St. Germain
In 1937, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway, famous authors and frenemies, meet in Hollywood at the notorious Garden of Allah apartment complex. A humorous and heated exchange ensues about the cost of love, friendship and the price of being a writer.
Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah is produced as part of a rolling world premiere agreement between Barrington Stage Company and the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Mark St. Germain is a BSC Associate Artist and the playwright of BSC’s 2012 hit play Dr. Ruth, All the Way (now in NYC as Becoming Dr. Ruth), the acclaimed 2011 BSC production of The Best of Enemies, and the 2009/2010 BSC smash hit Freud’s Last Session.
Read what the critics are writing about Scott & Hem:
“an ambitious and fascinating new work…The cast is uniformly impressive…St. Germain has directed his own play with enviable subtlety” –Springfield/Hartford Examiner
“…an emotionally taut and funny drama…” -WBRK Radio
“Scott and Hem…captures the imagined verbal swordplay with enough volleys and thrusts to keep any audience thoroughly engaged and delighted…another memorable evening of theatre from Mark St. Germain…” – BroadwayWorld.com
“…powerful and riveting evening of nail biting theatre” –Berkshire Fine Arts
“…entertaining…well worth a visit to Pittsfield” – CurtainUp
“marvelous dialogue… fascinating” –Berkshire Bright Focus
“witty…Scott and Hem will stir your mind and emotions” –Albany Times Union
Watch video highlights from Scott & Hem:
Mark St. Germain
David M. Barber
Margaret A. McKowen
Contains strong language.
Scott and Hem is sponsored by Sydelle and Lee Blatt.