Paul Rudnick on How ‘Coastal Elites’ Straddles the Line Between Theater and Film

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The HBO special presentation Coastal Elites might be about this strange new 2020 we find ourselves in, but much like 2020 itself, it wasn’t supposed to be like this. Paul Rudnick’s screenplays for films like Addams Family Values and Jeffrey (if you’ve never seen the 1995 film starring Steven Weber and Patrick Stewart, do yourself a favor and fix that) have confirmed him as a master of wit, both for the screen and the stage. It was the latter for which he began writing a series of monologues well before the onset of the pandemic, themed largely …

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