3 One-Act comedies makes this fantastic, Broadway play, Relatively Speaking. Each act is unique, fun, and interestingly funny. It’ll make you wonder if your family is like each of these acts.
- Talking Cure is the first act of Relatively Speaking. In this act, writer Ethan Coen, (Burn After Reading, No Country for Old Man, True Grit), uncovers that sort of insanity that can only come from family.
- George is Dead is the second act of the play, and my personal favorite. Writer Elaine May, (Ishtar, The Birdcage), explores the hilarity of death.
- Last but not least, and a very funny third act, Honeymoon Hotel, writer, director and actor Woody Allen, (Midnight in Paris, Manhattan), invites us to the kind of wedding day we will not forget.
Relatively Speaking is playing at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, 256 West 47th Street (between Broadway and 8th Ave).
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Please note: Complimentary tickets to this Broadway play were provided by the PR/Marketing agency for review. However, the opinions expressed in my review are but of course my very own.