Full Length Play
120 minutes (2 hours)
Time Period - Contemporary
Settings Of Play - A two-story home in Union Pier, Michigan.
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
No Special Cautions
Appropriate for all audiences
College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre
Three sisters return to the home on the shores of Lake Michigan where they spent the summers of their youth. Now, the sisters are grown, the parents are gone, and the house is in question. One sister wants to keep it, one sister wants to sell it, and one sister just wants everyone to get along. With their husbands and one disgruntled teenager all gathered together for one tense family gathering, they may find hope for the future or the downfall of the present.
"Warm, witty, and hilariously engaging." - Southtown Star
"A comedic doppleganger of August: Osage County." - Daily Herald
"Filled with laughs from start to finish!" - TheatreInChicago.com
Relatively Close received its co-world premiere at the Center for Performing Arts at Illinois State University in Normal, IL. on November 11, 2007, under the direction of Don LaCasse.
Relatively Close received it's co-world premiere at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago, IL. on June 16, 2008, under the direction of Dennis Zacek.