- Apr. 11 - May 7, 2000
- Eisenhower Theater
- 1 hr. 35 minutes
- $20.00 - $62.00
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Note: PLAY CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE
Three friends, one work of abstract art: these are the elements that French playwright Yasmina Reza combines to make this bitingly funny turn-of-the-20th-century comedy of manners. When Serge blows a fortune on an all-white canvas, Marc-played by Tony Award-winner Judd Hirsch (I'm Not Rappaport, Conversations With My Father) - blows his top, and tries to enlist the aid of their mutual friend, the hapless Yvan, in convincing Serge that he's made a terrible, foolish mistake. The foibles of friendship and the funny side of amour propre yield abundant comic material in this Tony Award-winning Best Play 1998. "The must-see play of the Broadway season...tart and thought-provoking, an undeniably hilarious ride - guaranteed to provoke a spirited conversation afterwards" (Jacques le Sourd, Gannett Newspapers).