The Assembled Parties

Richard Greenberg(Theatre Communications)

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Synopsis

"<i>The Assembled Parties</i> is Greenberg's most richly emotional work in years, and the most beautifully detailed."—<i>New York</i> magazine

"This tragicomedy shocks us into realizing how hungry we have been for witty and wounded grown-ups who toss off gorgeously written observations without knowing how little we know about what we think we know."—<i>Newsday</i>

Meet the Bascovs, an Upper West Side Jewish family in 1980.

In an opulent apartment overlooking Central Park, former movie star Julie and her sister-in-law Faye bring their families together for a traditional holiday dinner on a night when things don't go as planned.

Twenty years later, as 2001 approaches, the Bascovs's seemingly picture-perfect life may be about to crumble.

An incisive portrait of a family grasping for stability at the dawn of a new millennium, <i>The Assembled Parities</i> premiered on Broadway in 2013 to rave reviews and a Tony Award nomination for Best Play.

<b>Richard Greenberg</b> has written two dozen plays in his thirty-year career, including <i>Take Me Out</i> (Tony Award for Best Play, Drama Desk Award, NY Drama Critics Circle Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Lucille Lortel Award), <i>The Dazzle</i> (Outer Critics Circle Award), <i>Three Days of Rain</i> (L.A.

Drama Critics Award, Pulitzer Prize finalist), <i>The American Plan</i>, the book for a musical adaptation of <i>Far From Heaven</i>, and many more.

He has received the Oppenheimer Award for a new playwright as well as the first PEN/Laura Pels Award for a playwright in mid-career.

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