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Sunday Oct. 4, 2015 - 2 PM - Firespring

  • click on the image to discover Jean Kerr
    click on the image to discover Jean Kerr

Never has Jean Kerr's wit had a keener edge or her comic sense more peaks of merriment than in this clever confection which starred Gilda Radner and Sam Waterston on Broadway as a pair whose spouses are having an affair. They counter by "inventing" an affair of their own. He, ironically, is a marriage counsellor and a bit stodgy while his wife easily juggles husband, lover and mother. The other is a kook married to a wealthy man. All ends well for this daffy foursome. "Civilized, charming, stylish...Very warm and most amusing... Delicately interweaves laughter and romance." - The New York Times "An amiable comedy about the eternal quadrangle...The author's most entertaining play in years." - New York Daily News Lunch Hour premiered on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on November 12, 1980.

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