arts 07.17.08

Life In A Marital Institution
(20 years of monogamy in one terrifying hour)
(Sponsored Email)

The Critics Love 'LIFE!'

"Excellent! Full of laughs and insight" – The New York Times

"Like Spalding Gray, Braly has the gift!" – NY Post

"A comic raconteur who can hold a room captive" – Time Out

The Deep End Productions & Little Johnny Koerber Present:

A New York Times Critics' Pick
and NBC/Time Out Best Bet

Life In A Marital Institution
(20 years of monogamy in one terrifying hour)

Written & Performed by James Braly (NPR, The Moth)
Directed by Hal Brooks (No Child, Thom Pain)

First comes love. Then comes marriage counseling. A hilarious, heartbreaking monologue on sex, love, betrayal, death….and dinner parties.

"Gaspingly funny…utterly commendable!" – Variety

"Braly presents it winningly!" – The New Yorker

"Excellent! A stylish monologue reminiscent of Spalding Gray" – The Times, London

"Gifted….and, frankly, just a little strange! – The New York Times

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