Buster Keaton and Orson Welles met in 1944, nobody knows what they talked aboutOrson Welles often told an anecdote about meeting Buster Keaton in the kitchens of The Hollywood Canteen when the star of silent film was down on his luck.
This may have been fiction, Orson Welles being famous for simply making up good material. However, in a treat for movie fans, Odd Servants Theatre Company has imagined the event, bringing it to life in their new play. Both stars fought their entire careers. Both were sacked from studios regularly, struggled with alcohol, had stormy relationships with wives and mistresses and gained and lost fortunes while still relatively young men. Don't miss this exploration of their lives.
Runtime: 1 hour 10 minutes.