Relatively Speaking Broadway Show
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A collection of three one-act plays -- by Woody Allen, Ethan Coen, and Elaine May -- make up this Broadway production directed by actor John Turturro, produced by Julian Schlossberg and Letty Aronson, and starring Marlo Thomas, Steve Guttenberg, Ari Graynor, Danny Hoch, Julie Kavner, and Grant Shaud..
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The production showcases three comedic one-acts: "Talking Cure" by Ethan Coen, "George Is Dead" by Elaine May, and "Honeymoon Motel" by Woody Allen.
John Turturro (Direction)
Santo Loquasto (Scenic Design)
Donna Zakowska (Costume Design)
Kenneth Posner (Lighting Design)
Carl Casella (Sound Design)
Woody Allen (Playwright)
Ethan Coen (Playwright)
Elaine May (Playwright)
Summary Woody Allen, Elaine May, and Ethan Coen have each penned an original, comedic one-act play for this new production.
Age Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Relatively Speaking, an evening of three unrelated comedic plays on subjects like marriage and death, is just not that funny, despite boasting the authorship of three comedy titans. Ethan Coen's appetizer-sized opening playlet bears no resemblance to his superior film work, and Woody Allen's contribution falls horribly flat in its attempt to wring laughs out of Catskills-style jokes that might have been found at the bottom of his trash bin 40 years ago. The middle play by Elaine May is the strongest, featuring several good moments and a terrific turn by Marlo Thomas. All in all, though, you'd be better off spending your money at Blockbuster, renting some of these great writers' better works.