• NEW YORK -- The star of "Say Good Night Gracie" is, of course, Gracie.
  • Alan Safier as George Burns in Say Goodnight Gracie, Photo by Michael White
  • Alan Safier as George Burns in "Say Goodnight Gracie" at The Smith Center for Performing Arts

Say Goodnight, Gracie 20th Anniversary Edition


Say Goodnight Gracie: The Love, Laughter and Life of George Burns by Rupert Holmes. Frank Gorshin as George Burns. Directed by John Tillinger. Scenic Consultant John Lee Beatty. Lighting design by Howard Werner. Sound design by Kevin Lacy. Multimedia design by Howard Werner and Peter Nigrini. Technical Supervision by Larry Morley.

The 2003 Broadway production of "Say Goodnight Gracie" (which starred impressionist Frank Gorshin) was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play. One of the most popular matinees on Broadway that season, it was best appreciated by those who have many memories of George and Gracie.


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Alan Safier stars in Say Goodnight Gracie, the hit Tony-nominated Broadway play by Rupert Holmes (The Mystery of Edwin Drood) that invites you to spend a hilarious, heart-warming evening in the uplifting company of the world’s favorite and funniest centenarian.