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RELATIVELY SPEAKING star Steve Guttenberg recently sat down live with NBC 4 "New York Live" to talk about his return to the Broadway stage. The world premiere of RELATIVELY SPEAKING, three one-act comedies by the prolific writing trio of Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen, opened on Broadway on October 20. Click below to check out Guttenberg's appearance!

Directed by John Turturro, the ensemble cast of 16 stars Caroline Aaron, Bill Army, Katherine Borowitz, Lisa Emery, Ari Graynor, Steve Guttenberg, Danny Hoch, Julie Kavner, Jason Kravits, Richard Libertini, Mark Linn-Baker, Max Gordon Moore, Patricia O'Connell, Allen Lewis Rickman, Grant Shaud, Marlo Thomas.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING is comprised of three one-act comedies, each springing from a different branch of the family tree. In Talking Cure, Ethan Coen uncovers the sort of insanity that can come only from family. In George is Dead, Elaine May explores the hilarity of death. In Honeymoon Motel, Woody Allen invites you to the sort of wedding day you won't forget.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING began previews Tuesday, September 20 and officially opened Thursday, October 20, 2011 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47 Street) on Broadway.

The creative team for RELATIVELY SPEAKING features scenic design by Tony Award® winner and Academy Award® nominee Santo Loquasto, costume design by Donna Zakowska, lighting design by Tony Award® winner Kenneth Posner and sound design by Carl Casella.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING is produced by Julian Schlossberg and Letty Aronson and co-produced by Edward Walson, Leroy Schecter, Tom Sherak, Daveed D. Frazier and Roy Furman.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING tickets are $67.00 - $127.00 (including $2.00 facility charge) and are available by calling Ticketmaster at 877-250-2929 , online at, or in person at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47 Street) beginning September 6, 2011.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING plays Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm, Tuesday at 7pm, Wednesday & Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3pm. Dark Monday.


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