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associated with "Playwrights Horizon," is doing a
two-woman show with music based on the late
Doris Lilly. She's the famous playgirl of
the '60s who wrote: "How To Marry a Millionaire."
She was the real character on whom Truman
Capote based his Holly Golightly in "Breakfast
It will be a
musical drama, done in leitmotifs. The playwright,
who is off to Europe to write, will not bring in
all of her lovers or it's a cast of
The last line of my
Doris obit was: "I loved her. I didn't understand
her, but I loved her." I'm told it's the final line
in the play.