Why See Relatively Speaking?
Brand new to Broadway is Relatively Speaking, a show consisting of three one-act comedies about mothers, daughters, husbands, wives, parents and children. A heartfelt and hilarious evening revolving around the insanity that can only come from family!
Talk Therapy, in which Ethan Coen "uncovers the sort of insanity that can come only from family," includes Danny Hoch, Katherine Borowitz, Jason Kravits and Fred Melamed.
George is Dead, in which Elaine May "explores the hilarity of death," comprises Lisa Emery, Fred Melamed, Patricia O’Connell, Grant Shaud and Marlo Thomas.
Honeymoon Motel, in which Woody Allen "invites you to the sort of wedding day you won’t forget," features Caroline Aaron, Bill Army, Mark Linn-Baker, Ari Graynor, Steve Guttenberg, Julie Kavner, Jason Kravits, Richard Libertini and Grant Shaud.
Created by four-time Oscar winner Ethan Coen, two-time Oscar Nominee Elaine May and the undeniable talent that is Woody Allen, Relatively Speaking is not to be missed!
Previews from: 20 September 2011
Opening night: 24 October 2011
And before you stop reading
Regular Performance Schedule (starting 10/24/11)
Monday No performance
Tuesday @ 7pm
Wednesday @ 2pm and 8pm
Thursday @ 8pm
Friday @ 8pm
Saturday @ 2pm and 8pm
Cast and Creative
CreativeDirector - John Turturro
Author - Ethan Coen, Elaine May & Woody Allen
Scenic Design - Santo Loquasto
Costume Design - Donna Zakowska
Lighting Design - Kenneth Posner
Sound Design - Carl Casella
What you thought
2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)
So pleasantly surprised by this production--three one-act plays, each... more
Nora Ephron's writing was superb. When have you ever heard a collective... more
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