Hemingway’s HOT Havana is a superb one-actor show that will make you believe that Ernest Hemingway is standing right there in front of you.
These are the stories of Hemingway’s HOT Havana:
Life and crime in Havana
The “Maestro” and the art of writing
Jane Mason – kiss and tell
Baseball and Ava Gardner
The great, blue river (the gulf stream)
Pirates of Havana Harbour
Lions, bears and banderillas
Drinking with Hemingway
Attacking Nazi U-boats
Black Dog Fights the army
Actor Brian Gordon Sinclair brings the legendary writer to life, as he has done to praise across the country and internationally.
”Brian portrays Hemingway On Stage with such brilliant form as to rival Hal Holbrook's Mark Twain," says Lorian Hemingway.
The play begins at 7 p.m. at the Hemingway Museum, 200 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, IL. The performance in the upstairs auditorium will be followed by Cuban music, food and drink in the lobby and self-guided tours of the Museum. Enjoy the warmth of the island amid the cold Chicago winter.