Am sitting in the last row.Wish you were here.
1932 Telegram sent during a performance of Of Thee I Sing to the actor William Gaxton, who was taking various liberties with Kaufman's lines while playing the leading role.
Massey won't be satisfied until he's assassinated.George S(imon) Kaufman
Satire is what closes Saturday night.George S(imon) Kaufman
I saw his play under bad conditions. The curtain was up.George S(imon) Kaufman
Like the Arabs, I fold my tens and silently steal away. See Longfellow 516:50.George S(imon) Kaufman
It's what God would have done if he'd had the money.George S(imon) Kaufman
God finally caught his eye.George S(imon) Kaufman
There was scattered laughter in the rear of the theatre, leading to the belief that somebody was telling jokes back there.George S(imon) Kaufman
Close the playand keep the store open nights.George S(imon) Kaufman
Over my dead body.George S(imon) Kaufman