Dinner With Friends
A fresh look at the Pulitzer Prize winning domestic drama
What do you get when you combine a Pulitzer Prize winning drama, a Tony Award winning director, and a prolific playwright? An excellent performance by the name of Dinner With Friends, that's what. A happily married couple hit the matchmaking jackpot when two of their good friends decide to tie the knot, but infidelity and meddlesome misgivings threaten to derail one of the unions. Sounds like a tired storyline, but not if dramatist Donald Margulies has anything to do with it. Hilarious and deeply affecting? It’s everything a drama should be. Rear/side orchestra seating.
"…Margulies writes about relationships with such intelligence and spiky humor that his comedy-drama…becomes something quite wonderful."