By Paul Webb
14 May 2003
David Mamet's play about the search for love and its often unintended consequences, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, plays the Comedy Theatre. The cast is headed by Matthew Perry and Minnie Driver, supported by Kelly Reilly and Hank Azaria.
The opening is one of the most eagerly-awaited of the year, thanks to the enormous popularity of “Friends,” the American television sitcom of which Perry is a star. Minnie Driver is one of Britain's most successful young actresses in Hollywood. Hank Azaria is a versatile actor who has provided a number of voices for the very successful television series “The Simpsons,” and Kelly Reilly starred as Elaine in the stage version of The Graduate at the Gielgud Theatre, opposite Kathleen Turner.
Sexual Perversity in Chicago is produced by Mark Rubinstein, Old Vic Productions and Sonia Friedman.