Life In A Marital Institution is a poignant, humorous tale of lust, love, betrayal, and redemption OR the tragicomedy of married life. An international success, Life In A Marital Institution has been called "a stylish monologue, reminiscent of those of Spalding Gray" The London Times and Edinburgh's Hit List calls it "a masterpiece of storytelling full of humour and pungent observation." On this side of the pond, it played to sold-out audiences at 59E59 Street where it was a New York Times "Highly Recommended Show" calling the production "Full of laughs and insight. James Braly is never less than excellent", Flavorpill raved that Braly's Life In A Marital Institution "is a fast-paced mix of anger, humor, and plain weirdness" and The New Yorker says "Braly presents it winningly, with a keen sense of the absurdity of everyone's eccentricities..."
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