Scott & Zelda: The Beautiful Fools
About Scott & Zelda
Hollywood 1938. American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald mulls over the events of his career and life with Zelda Sayre from 1918 to 1938. The mental flashbacks take him from Alabama to New York, Paris, the Riviera, Long Island, Baltimore, Ashville and North Carolina.
Scott and Zelda’s glittering life spills out across the Ross Valley stage as the Fitzgerald’s roam international playgrounds from the hot spots of Europe to the deadly glitter of Hollywood. Their untamed lives are co-starred with the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Groucho Marx and a frenetic cast of the rich and risky cavorting on two continents. Along the way, Scott pens The Great Gatsby and becomes America’s greatest writer, while you have a ringside seat on an epic romance.
Recommended for ages 12 and up.