Tennis Commentator to Headline Post-Show Panel at DON'T YOU F**KING SAY A WORD Off-Broadway

On Tuesday, November 29th, Gelf Magazine will host a special post-show panel and talkback event, following the scheduled performance of Andy Bragen's Don't You F**king Say a Word at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street between Park and Madison).

The post-show discussion will focus on the topic of tennis and male rage with special guests including noted child psychiatrist Tony Charuvastra (, former professional tennis player and renowned tennis commentator Patrick McEnroe (, journalist Carl Bialik (tennis writer for; Former host of Gelf's Varsity Letters, a New York City sports reading series), and playwright Andy Bragen.

The performance of Don't You F**king Say a Word will begin at 7:15pm, followed by the post-show event at 8:45pm. Tickets ($35) are available online at or by calling 212-279-4200.

In this structurally innovative comic drama, which takes place simultaneous over the course of a single tennis match, and over the course of two years, Kate and Leslie explore the complexities of their boyfriends' competitive spirits. Russ has a temper. Brian has been known to cheat. As their weekly tennis sets play out aggressively on stage, Kate and Leslie dissect their friendship and rivalry in a volley of sharp observation and wry wit. An explosive comedy about love, relationships, and the consequences of a lousy backhand.

The World Premiere of Andy Bragen's Don't You F**king Say a Word, directed by Lee Sunday Evans, is being presented by Andy Bragen Theatre Projects and Rachel Sussman at 59E59 Theaters (Elysabeth Kleinhans, Artist Director; Peter Tear, Executive Producer; Brian Beirne, Managing Director) November 4-December 4 with performances Tuesdays through Thursdays at 7:15pm, Fridays 8:15pm, Saturdays at 2:15pm & 8:15pm, and Sundays at 3:15pm. Tickets ($35; $24.50 for 59E59 Members) are available online at or by calling 212-279-4200. 59E59 Theaters is located at 59 East 59th Street (between Park and Madison Avenues). The performance will run approximately 80 minutes, with no intermission.

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