'Weekend Comedy' - A comedic clash of generations

Rachael Endrizzi, Ken Quiricone, Matthew Scott and Autumn O’Ryan in “Weekend Comedy.”

The Off Broadway Palm Theatre presents “Weekend Comedy” playing through Feb. 22. This laugh-out-loud, yet heartwarming comedy, was written by Sam Bobrick and first presented in 1985.

Peggy and Frank, a middle-aged couple who have fallen into a marital rut, rent a cabin with romance on their mind. But the mood is broken by the arrival of Jill and Tony, a cohabitating couple in their twenties who are madly in love. After finding the four were accidentally booked into the same cabin, they all decide to stay and a comedic clash of generations is set in motion.

The Off Broadway Palm is an intimate 100-seat theater, located in the main lobby of Broadway Palm. Performances are Tuesday through Sunday evenings with selected matinees. Ticket prices range from $42 to $62 with discounts available for children and groups of 20 or more.

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