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30 APRIL - 15 MAY 2016

Phoenix Theatre

TALKING CURE

Written by

ETHAN COEN

Directed by

ROMI KUPFER

 GEORGE IS DEAD

Written by

ELAINE MAY

Directed by

TORI HOWARD

HONEYMOON MOTEL

Written by

WOODY ALLEN

Directed by

BRENDAN COHEN

Produced by 

NIKI SALTZMAN

By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd, on behalf of Dramatists Play Service, Inc New York

TALKING CURE

DIRECTOR - Romi Kupfer

Gideon Cohen

Tamara CohenDaniel Fox

Ronnen Leizerovitz

GEORGE IS DEAD

DIRECTOR: Tori Howard

John Englander

Adrienne Sloan

Raoul Salter

Elisa Gray

Ruth Yaffe

HONEYMOON MOTEL

DIRECTOR: Brendan Cohen

Leon Chapman

Gideon Cohen

David Efron

Tal Ellinson

Romi Freedman

Adrian Gertler

Michelle Gray

Jennifer Rothfield

 Raoul Salter

Adrienne Sloan

Music by

Ronnen Leizerovitz

Relatively Speaking Theme Music - Ronnen Leizerovitz
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TALKING CURE

by the playwright and film director Ethan Coen is a cuttingly funny tug of war between Jerry, a man incarcerated in a mental hospital, and the therapist trying to treat him.

The rebellious Jerry, a post office worker resists attempts by the doctor to engage in a discussion about the violent act that has landed him in an institution. In a series of short scenes, the doctor becomes increasingly rattled as he tries to gain some sort of upper hand over his difficult patient, who keeps rebuffing his earnest inquiries with mocking gags.

GEORGE IS DEAD

by Elaine May is an absurdist look at mortality. It is a delicious study in the bliss of selfcenteredness for those who can afford its more lofty trappings, and the plague it can be to those in their orbit.

It centres around a ditzy older rich woman whose husband, George, dies at a ski lodge. Instead of attending to the funeral arrangements, the self-absorbed society lady shows up at the apartment of the daughter of the nanny she had in childhood and expects to be waited on as she had been back then.

HONEMOON MOTEL

by Woody Allen is a marital farce. Members of a Long Island wedding gone spectacularly wrong gather at the motel to trade accusations and recriminations over who did what to whom, spewing choicely worded insults at one another at head-spinning velocity.

 

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