May 24-26, 2019

Written by Michael B. Druxman

Hollywood, 1967. Cinema legend Spencer Tracy is in poor health and struggling to complete what will become his final film, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Alone in his rented guest cottage, he reflects with great guilt on his days as a rough street kid in Milwaukee, his troubled marriage, his drinking problem, the birth of his deaf son, and his publicized romances with Loretta Young and Katharine Hepburn.

In this one-man tour-de-force, author Michael B. Druxman has created an intimate portrait of the man once called “the best film actor Hollywood has ever known”, capturing the frailties and earnest humanity of Tracy.

[PG] for some language and adult themes

Presented by special permission of the author