* World Premiere

Relatively Speaking (1976)
RELATIVELY SPEAKING is basically a modern-day farce, with mistaken identity being the pivot around which all the shenanigans turn. It’s the theatre’s equivalent of a chain reaction and there’s no stopping it. The characters wend their way through conversations with the propriety of Queen Victoria and the concentration of Houdini, only to come up with the most erroneous conclusions about one another. The play starts with a genial young couple who have been living together for a month in her London flat, and the young man has even broached marriage. But there’s one matter she must dispose of first and she’s off to the country to visit her parents for the day. That’s what she says. Assumptions are multiplied ten-fold, and that’s the whole funny business.
About the Play
Written By: Alan Ayckbourn
On Broadway: IBDB Details
On the Screen: IMDB Details
Wikipedia: Read Wikipedia Article
About the Production
Run Dates: 10/7/1976 - 10/30/1976
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Paul Lee
Cast: Donald Ewer - Phillip
Katherine Ferrand - Ginny
Mark Geiger - Greg
Margaret Hilton - Sheila
Behind the Scenes: Bill Forrester - Scenic Designer
Eileen MacRae Murphy - Stage Manager
Sally Richardson - Costume Designer
Phil Schermer - Lighting Designer; Technical Director
Michael Weholt - Assistant Stage Manager