Relatively Speaking

Relatively Speaking

The play is comprised of three one-acts: Talking Cure by Ethan Coen, George Is Dead by Elaine May and Honeymoon Motel by Woody Allen.

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Show Category: Comedy

Opening:Sep 20, 2011
Closing:Jan 29, 2012

Theater Information
Brooks Atkinson Theatre
256 West 47th Street
New York, NY
Between 7th and 8th Ave.


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Wow - what a mess. With the talented team of writers one would have expected much more from this show. I go to the theatre quite a bit and keep an open mind to all types of shows, however this one was without a doubt one of the most tedious to watch. The first (Coen) skit was horrible. Very little humor and just dragged along. Elaine May's feature was more entertaining - Marlo Thomas saved it from total garbage, but it went on a bit too much and was unsatisfying. The final sketch (Woody Alan) was upbeat and had some good lines in it. Not good enough to sit through this horrid play. Seriously, with all of the talent out there it is amazing this was the best they could come up with. The actors were all very good but the material was garbage. I know it is in preview - but unless they do A LOT of rewrites this is going to close down quickly. Save your time and money and see something else. This was a very unsatisfying experience and a real waste of time.

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