Relative Comfort single work   drama   humour  
Issue Details: First known date: 1999 1999
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'When Cat kicked Jackie out of her life, along came Sally to pick up the pieces. However, there's more to Cat than visits to the gym and her job as door-bitch at the Fruitwhip would suggest. Meanwhile Sally's publisher father, Des wonders why his daughter is hanging around with lesbians. The journey out of the closet becomes something of a family affair when Des and his sister Lorna face truths in their own past. Commitment bells all around!

"Relative Comfort" is ultimately an optimistic and very funny play about real people, gay relationships and moving forward to the point where it is not what you are but who you are that is finally important.' Source: www.ramin.com.au/ (Sighted 08/02/2012)

Production Details

  • World premiere at the New Theatre, 542 King Street, Newtown, 3-30 October 1999. Director: Elaine Hudson.

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