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Relatively Speaking is a collection of three one-act plays about the joys, problems, and ridiculousness of family. With the work of Ethan Coen, Elaine May, and Woody Allen all in one show, how can you resist Relatively Speaking tickets? Order yours today!



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About the Show:

Three prolific playwrights have united to tell stories about family. Each of the three one-act plays that make up Relatively Speaking investigates some aspect of family life and the frustrations, dilemmas, and absurdities that go along with it.

Ethan Coen, author of Talking Cure, is a four-time Oscar winner who his best known as part of the filmmaking duo "The Coen Brothers," with his brother Joel. Together, they have released several dark comedies, including Fargo, The Big Lebowski, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit. Other favorites include the neo-noir film The Man Who Wasn't There and the romantic comedy Intolerable Cruelty. Ethan Coen has also written several plays that have enjoyed Off-Broadway success, including Almost an Evening and Offices.

Elaine May, author of George is Dead, is a film director, actress, and screenwriter. In the 1950s, she became a member The Compass Players, the improv comedy group that would become The Second City. Her directorial credits include A New Leaf, starring Walter Matthau and May, and The Heartbreak Kid, starring Charles Grodin and Cybill Shepherd. Together with Mike Nichols, she found success writing the screenplays for The Birdcage and Primary Colors. Her other playwriting credits include Adaptation, After the Night and the Music, and Adult Entertainment.

Woody Allen's reputation precedes him; he is an accomplished screenwriter, director, actor, comedian, author, and playwright, not to mention a jazz clarinetist. His films are many and varied; they include: Annie Hall, The Purple Rose of Cairo, and Match Point. His theatre credits include Play It Again, Sam, Central Park West, and Riverside Drive. With a huge cult following, Allen is truly one of the great creative minds of our time.

Get your Relatively Speaking tickets right away--now is your chance to see the work of these three talented writers all in one night!

Plot Synopsis:

Sometimes, it seems that no amount of counseling can sort through all of our relative-related issues; Talking Cure explores the ways in which family can drive us insane.

As bad as it sounds, sometimes death can result in absurd hilarity; George is Dead uncovers the lighter side of passing on.

Like any monumental event in one's life, weddings have the potential to make big waves; Honeymoon Motel looks at one wedding day that will definitely make memories.

Creative Team:

PlaywrightsWoody Allen, Elaine May, Ethan Coen

Relatively Speaking News:

January 29, 2012Relatively Speaking closes on Broadway.
October 20, 2011Following previews since September 20, Relatively Speaking opens on Broadway!
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