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Address: 256 W 47th St, New York City, NY 10036-1411

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A Below Average Broadway Experience

Relatively Speaking is an attempt by three well known playwrights to provide us with a night of entertainment. Each act of the three is quite different and although the third one... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2012
New York
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Reviewed 12 February 2012

Had the concierge purchase the tkts while we were at a business meeting. Cots 189 twice the price but saw Marlo on a spot on tv and it seemed to be good. Sadly the tv spot was as good as it got. Half empty theater. People behind us got their tkts for 32 at the rush door...all in all four... More 

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Reviewed 26 January 2012

Relatively Speaking is an attempt by three well known playwrights to provide us with a night of entertainment. Each act of the three is quite different and although the third one by Woody Allen is very funny, the others fail to get many laughs. One could see already that my opinion is not without support, since the house on a... More 

Thank ForeFood
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Reviewed 22 January 2012

The Ethan Cohen play is a hidden gem, unappreciated because the audience does not seem to understand - which is why I put it here - that the second part of the first play is a portrayal of the interaction of the parents of the protagonist on the night of his birth. In other words the second part of the... More 

Thank ronaldfairbairn
Suffern, New York
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Reviewed 22 December 2011

I must admit, I'm not a huge fan of live theatre but when I saw this show had three one act plays by one of the Coen brothers and one by Woody Allen (I forget the third play write) I though it was worth a shot as my better half loves theatre and there were many name actors in the... More 

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Wanaque, NJ
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Reviewed 19 December 2011

The show is three short FUNNY stories. They were all great but the last one definitely was the funniest. I would highly recommend this if you’re in the mood for laughing a lot….

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