The Riverfront Playhouse in downtown Aurora brings back indoor performances beginning Friday, Sept. 17, with its production of “Looped,” a play loosely based on a true story.
During the summer of 1965, film and stage star Tallulah Bankhead, in a somewhat inebriated state, entered a Los Angeles recording studio to re-record (or “loop”) one line of dialogue from her final film, “Die! Die! My Darling!” It would take her eight hours to record one line – much to the frustration and irritation of the film’s editor.
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