A.R. Gurney’s “The Grand Manner,” a love letter to live theater and the golden age of Broadway featurees (from left) Jeff Walters, Toni Young (on couch), Tracy Mayfield, Sandy Bosworth and Kasady Riley, as characters from a time when live theatre was at its pinnacle, before the glare of TV.
A.R. Gurney’s “The Grand Manner,” a love letter to live theater and the golden age of Broadway featurees (from left) Jeff Walters, Toni Young (on couch), Tracy Mayfield, Sandy Bosworth and Kasady Riley, as characters from a time when live theatre was at its pinnacle, before the glare of TV. PHOTO BY BRETT WHITE / BRETTWHITEGALLERY.COM
A.R. Gurney’s “The Grand Manner,” a love letter to live theater and the golden age of Broadway featurees (from left) Jeff Walters, Toni Young (on couch), Tracy Mayfield, Sandy Bosworth and Kasady Riley, as characters from a time when live theatre was at its pinnacle, before the glare of TV. PHOTO BY BRETT WHITE / BRETTWHITEGALLERY.COM

When stars were stellar at grand gestures

September 06, 2012 12:01 AM