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Steve Guttenberg heads to Broadway in Ethan Coen-Woody Allen-Elaine May Broadway collaboration 'Relatively Speaking'

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Cocoon star Steve Guttenberg will be back on Broadway this fall as part of the newly announced ensemble cast of the Ethan Coen-Elaine May-Woody Allen-penned comedy Relatively Speaking. (The actor previously hit the Great White Way 20 years ago when he replaced Timothy Hutton in Prelude to a Kiss.) He’ll join Marlo Thomas, Julie Kavner, Grant Shaud, Fred Melamed, Danny Hoch, Ari Graynor, Lisa Emery, Bill Army, and Caroline Aaron in the anthology of dysfunctional family-themed one-acts — Coen’s Talk Therapy, May’s George is Dead, and Allen’s Honeymoon Hotel — directed by actor John Turturro.

The show, which is set to start previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on Sept. 20 and open on Oct. 20, also marks Coen’s Broadway debut as a writer and Turturro’s as a director.

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