Geffen gobbles up glitz

'Mizlansky' bow packs the house

Who says Hollywood can’t take a joke? At Wednesday’s premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’s “Mizlansky/Zilinsky” a packed house of movers and shakers was on hand to applaud Nicholas Martin’s production at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood.

Producing director Gil Cates and his artistic director Randy Arney welcomed Ron Rifkin and brother Arnold Rifkin, Bryan Lourd, Mace Neufeld, Richard Dreyfus, Nicole David, Arthur Hiller, Samantha Mathis, Swoosie Kurtz, Robert Rehme, Meg and Lawrence Kasdan, Ray Stark, John Mellencamp, Robert Foxworth, Herb Gelfand, Mary McCormack and Dana Delany, Leslie Urdang.

Completing the theme of the evening, Maple Drive Restaurant then hosted the party.

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