Synopsis by Hal Erickson
I Have Lived takes place in a New York penthouse, a Broadway theater, and a seedy speakeasy, though not necessarily in that order. Alan Dinehart essays one of his rare leading roles as Thomas Langley, a brilliant playwright whose career has taken off like a skyrocket. Experiencing an attack of hubris, Langley decides to cast an unknown in his next play. His selection is the gorgeous Jean St. Clair (Anita Page), a woman with a tawdry past. Wanna bet that the opening-night audience will give the young actress a standing ovation despite her checkered history?
stage, actor, behind-the-scenes, failure, love, marriage, playwright, romance, success, talent