LEGENDS is a series of one-person, two-act plays
by noted Hollywood biographer, historian, screenwriter and
playwright Michael B. Druxman that
explore the life and times of some of filmdom's most
From Clara Bow, "The 'It'
Girl" of the silent era, through the birth of the talkies
with Al Jolson and
Maurice Chevalier, on through
the thirties and forties with superstars like
Carole Lombard and
Errol Flynn, and, finally,
Hollywood's "boy genius," Orson
Welles, these anecdote-filled monologues present a
humorous, often touching portrait of each star and the era
in which he/she lived.
The plays, many of which have seen several
productions, utilize simple costumes and props, and are
designed to be staged on a single setting, with shifts in
lighting to denote changes in time and place.