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A night at the renowned Fugard theatre (The Fugard Theatre)

Hosted by the Consul of the Cape Town Travel and Outdoor Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 29 Jun 19:30

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BACK TO BASICS - Back to Broadway!!!

**The storyline**
Jordan Berman is desperately looking for Mr Right… but he is getting it all wrong.

"Significant Other" follows Jordan and his three closest friends as they navigate love, friendship and New York in their twenty-something years. Jordan is single, and finding Mr. Right is much easier said than done. While surrounding himself with his close group of girlfriends, it comes to pass that the only thing harder than looking for love is supporting the loved ones around him as they pair off and embark on their journey of marriage.

**Play background**
The Fugard Theatre’s South African premiere of Joshua Harmon’s Broadway hit Significant Other.

From the writer of the West End smash hit comedy Bad Jews, which enjoyed sold out runs in Johannesburg and Cape Town, comes a Fugard Theatre production of Joshua Harmon’s Broadway success Significant Other.

Eric Abraham presents a Fugard Theatre production and South African premiere of Significant Other. The play opens on 30 May in the Fugard Theatre and is directed by the Fugard Theatre’s resident director Greg Karvellas (The Road to Mecca, Shakespeare in Love, The Father, Clybourne Park, Bad Jews, CHAMP).

From R140.00 to R250.00 per ticket

Strictly no under Protected content

**Good to know**
The New York Times hailed Significant Other as one of its Top Ten Productions of Protected content , with critic Charles Isherwood commenting ‘an absolutely wonderful new play. Entirely delightful, richly funny and heart-stirring’.

**What to bring**
Your laughing bone ;-)

"An absolutely wonderful new play. Entirely delightful, richly funny and heart-stirring - New York Times

A bittersweet comic delight…See it, and bring a date if you can. You’ll want a hand to hold - Time Out

Significant Other is a slick, well-made, funny-sad new Broadway comedy - Newsday

The wonder of his humor is that, while it reflects a youthful sensibility, his clever jokes appeal to all ages - Variety

Hilarious and poignant, delivering a relatable contemporary take on the old-fashioned theme of waiting with increasing impatience for Mr. Right - Hollywood Reporter

See you there!