Lovers and Other Strangers

Lovers and Other Strangers

Broadway
Play
Comedy
Original
SYNOPSIS: An evening of four untitled comedic one-acts. The first deals with the lead-up to a seduction, the second with a married couple's quarrel, the third with a groom getting cold feet the night before his wedding and the fourth with a father and mother struggling to help their son be confident about his marriage.
People (60)

Awards

Tony Award
1969 Best Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
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