Three bite-size one-acts from today's funniest writers take on the outrageous reality of relatives. Each play springs from a different branch of the family tree, making for three very different brands of comedy -- light, dark and everything in between. From four-time Academy Award winner Ethan Coen (Raising Arizona, The Big Lebowski, Fargo
) comes Talking Cure
, the dark and funny story of a hospitalized mental patient and the therapist treating him. George is Dead
, from two-time Oscar nominee Elaine May (The Birdcage, Primary Colors
), shines a decadent spotlight on spoiled socialite Doreen, who handles the sudden death of her husband in the most narcissistic of ways. And Woody Allen, whose comedies range from slapstick to sardonic, offers a fast-paced farce in Honeymoon Motel
. One-liners fly among relatives in a Long Island motel room following a wedding gone tragically (and hilariously) wrong.
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