Great American Musical Salute by Terrie Frankel

Were They Ever Lovers?                  

Ernest Hemingway and Dorothy Parker crossed paths thoughout their careers.  There is evidence they socialized in Paris in 1926 and in Hollywood before the second world war.  Hemingway even gave a private screening for her and her friends of his film about the Spanish Civil War.  We will never know if, at any time, they were actually lovers for the autobiography Dorothy was working on mysteriously disappeared after her death.

In the musical Dorothy Parker's Room Enough For Two Dorothy reminisces about her love for Hemingway and questions "Did Hemingway really like me?" 

 

Below are a few of our music videos saluting individuals

who made America Great!  All songs are written by Terrie Frankel.

 

Gallery  "Room Enough" The pictures below are from the actual feature film Room Enough for Two.

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This play was created both as a tribute to Dorothy Parker, who I feel was one of the greatest female humorist of the 20th century, and as a vehicle to show case my lifelong love to make people smile, laugh, and to write inspiring music.

Favorite Songs from play...

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