Not long after I posted the item above, Mr. Frishberg sent this:
The show is running smoothly, and the audience seems to love it. It’s a small space, 99 seats, no proscenium, so it’s like 3/4 in-the-round. Actors play practically in the laps of the audience. There are six musical events in the show, and all are warmly received. The cast is wonderful; the best singers are Dorothy Parker and Heywood Broun. Just piano accompaniment (not by me). Four performances left, including two matinees. The play seems a natural for off Broadway in New York. I hope it happens. It’s been a challenging and rewarding project, and I’m glad it’s over.