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About the Author: Alfred Uhry

Alfred Uhry was born in Atlanta, Georgia. His book for the musical version of Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom was Tony nominated in 1976. Driving Miss Daisy won the Pulitzer Prize, and The Last Night of Ballyhoo and his book for the musical Parade won Tony Awards. In 2006 his play Without Walls, starring Laurence Fishburne, opened in Los Angeles, and Edgardo Mine opened at the Tyrone Guthrie



10 thoughts on “The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Atlanta Trilogy #2)

  1. says:

    The Last Night of Ballyhoo is a play written by Alfred Uhry, the Pulitzer winning author of Driving Miss Daisy. Ballyhoo is a powerful insight into what it meant to be Jewish in the American south on the eve of World War II. Only 99 pages in length yet packing a punch, I rate this play 4.5 stars.

    The play begins as Lala Levy is decorating an Xmas tree. Even though th


  2. says:

    A traditional play in many ways, Uhry finds surprising depth in his discussion of Jewish identification in the "Deep South." The historic connections as well help amplify the story outside the confines of the living room into the national sphere. A solid play structure for a surprisingly deep story.


  3. says:

    I am such a sucker for Southern overly dramatic plays about jews around christmas time at the start of WWII...


  4. says:

    I was really surprised I enjoyed this as much as I did. The subject matter is wealth, status, and being an outsider (a upper crust Jewish family in the 1930's south). Like his other work, Driving Miss Daisy,The Last Night of Ballyhoo has an almost sleepy flow, but because the main characters are young, you feel their longing to escape their closed in world of gossip and over-stratification. I very america


  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this play. Thought provoking. A Jewish family in the south. 1939. It’s funny, sad, painful all at the same time. You see the anti-semitism and how deeply it impacts the Jewish community. To the extent you even see the internal divisions and self-hatred. Thank God for Adolph, Reba, Sunny, and Joe. They give you hope, even as WWII looms in the background. Some really funny moments. Great character


  6. says:

    A cute read that is a great play and I would actually like to see this on stage.


  7. says:

    4 stars - what a great suggestion for a not necessarily Christmassy holiday season read. I remember seeing this play a number of years ago, and enjoying it then. The play is about a Jewish extended family living in the South, preparing for Christmas and New Years, largely leading up to an annual evening event called "Ballyhoo", where the Jews of the area congregate and have festivities. The play reminded me of others of its kind, w


  8. says:

    In 1930s Atlanta, the German-Jewish community’s social calendar revolves around Ballyhoo. Insular and assimilated, the Freitag family is upper class. When an ambitious young man from Eastern Europe comes into their lives, it exposes the prejudices of the Freitags’ lives.

    The Last Night of Ballyhoo takes a small slice of American life and uses it to look at the larger themes of American identity. The characters are a bit needl


  9. says:

    This really would be a perfect play except for a) Reba's dialog with Sunny and b) the ending!! It's terrible!! I'm usually a happy ending warrior but there is a time and a place for that and this is not it!


  10. says:

    An interesting look at bigotry and division across subsets of a culture


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