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Winner of the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for drama, Dinner with Friends examines the lives of two couples and the repercussions of divorce on their friendship. With wit, compassion, and consummate skill, playwright Donald Margulies weighs the costs of breaking up...and of staying together. Starring (in alphabetical order): Matthew Arkin as Gabe, Lisa Emery as Karen, Kevin Kilner as Tom, Dierdre O'Connell as Beth.
(P)2003 L.A. Theatre Works
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2000 Pulitzer Prize Winner, Drama
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By Gretchen SLP on 05-20-15

As good as watching the movie

I loved every minute of this fabulous performance. Will be listening to more from LA Theatreworks!

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By YoginiZora on 08-15-06

Vivid and engrossing

This is the first time I've listened to a play, with a cast of four actors (and the laughter of a live audience). I greatly enjoyed this play, and found myself "rewinding" frequently just to hear certain scenes again. The actors are fantastic, and bring depth and life to an already strong script, as two couples come to grips with a dissolving marriage among them. In this short play, each permutation of characters appears -- the women together, the men together, the couple whose marriage has failed -- allowing their history and peculiarities to rise to the surface and become visible. I also appreciated that the messiness of these relationships remains, up through the play's ending.

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