The Memphis Arena Theater at The King Cotton Hotel
"But the real part of the show is that of the playwright. This Rex Partington plays quite brilliantly, matching the broadness of the rest of the company but maintaining at all times the suavity of the man, the self-satisfaction and the wit. It is a clever part played cleverly by one young American actor who understands something about style."
Jerry Stiller was a Fraternity brother of my father's at Syracuse and he worked with both of my parents back in the early 1950's ath the Memphis Arena Theater. (Click Jerry's pitcure to read an excerpt from Jerry's autobiography MARRIED TO LAUGHTER and his memories of the Memphis Arena and my father.)