reasons to be pretty on Broadway
The American culture’s obsession with physical beauty is confronted headlong in this brutal, funny, and exhilarating new play by playwright and screenwriter Neil Labute (The Shape of Things, In the Company of Men, Fat Pig). Following an acclaimed run at the Lortel Theatre Off-Broadway in a production by MCC Theater, reasons to be pretty now comes to the Broadway stage with wonderful original cast members Thomas Sadoski and Piper Perabo, and brand new cast members Steven Pasquale and Marin Ireland.
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Greg’s tight-knit social circle is thrown into turmoil when an offhand remark about a new female coworker’s pretty face (and his own girlfriend’s lack thereof) get back to said girlfriend. But that’s only the beginning. Greg’s buddy Kent, and Kent’s beautiful wife Carly also enter into the picture, and soon the emotional equation becomes exponentially more complicated. As their relationship crumbles, their friends are pulled into the fray and eventually all are forced to confront infidelity, deceit, and betrayed trust in their journey to answer that oh-so-American question: How much is pretty worth?
Terry Kinney (Director)
Jeffrey Richards (Producer)
Jerry Frankel (Producer)
Steve Traxler (Producer)
MCC Theater (Associate Producer)
Neil Labute (Playwright)
Age May be inappropriate for 12 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Known for capturing humanity at its worst, playwright Neil Labute writes his most compassionate play to date, with this funny drama about a nice guy whose unintentionally hurtful remark about his girlfriend puts him on the road to heartbreak, a re-evaluation of his friendships and his responsibilities to the people he cares about, and a whole new sense of self. Labute's writing here is stronger than ever and the cast (especially Thomas Sadoski as Greg) is excellent.