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Booth Theater

222 West 45th Street


November 20, 2008 (Limited engagement 4th January 2009)

Broadway Play - (comedy)

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There are several reasons to get Dividing The Estate tickets. It is one of the most talked about Broadway dramas in recent times. It made a spectacular off-Broadway premier last year, when it managed to get several adulatory reviews. It has made its Broadway entry this year. Another reason for the play’s popularity could be the fact that it is written by Horton Forte, one of the most famous living playwrights in America. It has all the ingredients of a typical Horton Foote play: southern life, emotional complexities, family life, and an analysis of relationships; the drama elements that earned him the label, Chekhov of America. In addition there is something that you won’t normally expect from Horton Foote: humor. The play is generally considered as irresistibly sarcastic and outrageously funny.

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Dividing The Estate tickets offer you an opportunity to witness the happenings in a Texan family that is on the brink of a long overdue transition. The events are narrated in a highly humorous manner. The director Michael Wilson has managed to portray the virtues of humanity through the black humor of Horton Forte’s writing. The performance of seasoned actors such as Elizabeth Ashley, Hallie Foote, Penny Fuller, and Gerald McRaney has been sublime and effortless. Consequently, the reviews of this Lincoln Centre Theatre production have been monotonously positive ever since it was premiered at the Primary Stages 59 East 59 Street Theater on October 27, 2007. It was shown there for a month.

Its much awaited Broadway introduction happened on November 20, 2008 at Booth Theater. It is expected to continue to run till January 4, 2009. Since this is the first play written by Horton Forte since he won the Pulitzer prize, the play received positive publicity in this regard. The play has also won several awards. Horton Forte won the 2008 Obie Award for the best playwright for writing Dividing The Family. Also, it won the Outer Critics award for the outstanding off-Broadway play in 2008. Hallie Foote, daughter of the playwright, who is permanent face in almost all his plays, won the Richard Seff Award for the best actress. Even though it appears like dividing the honors of a play within a family, these awards have boosted the sales of Dividing The Estate tickets.

The play sarcastically narrates the incidents of a Texan family, where the central figure is an 81-year-old woman, who owns a 5000 acre estate, which is the only source of income for the family. She has three children, none of whom has managed to create any significant impact on the family. The main theme of the drama is dividing this estate for providing shares to the children and grandchildren. There are several sub plots too, which are smoothly woven into the main plot. The enthusiasm among Broadway regulars in buying Dividing The Family tickets is ample proof of the quality of the play.

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