For much of his prolific career, Neil Simon was the Rodney Dangerfield of dramatists. He didn't "get no respect" from the critics, who are often suspicious of success. Simon, of course, is the most commercially successful playwright ever. But by the time he wrote Broadway Bound in 1986, even the reviewers could recognize that Simon was reaching for something beyond easy laughs. Here he is delving into the dark side of... More >>>