National Actors Theatre presents Right You Are, by Luigi Pirandello, in a translation by Eric Bentley, directed by Fabrizio Melano. This marks NAT's 20th production since the company was founded by Tony Randall in 1991. When a new family moves into town, gossipy neighbors are fascinated by the puzzling nature of their relationships. The more the locals obsess the more Pirandello ridicules their interference. Right You Are examines the relativity of truth, the vanity and necessity of illusion and the instability of the human personality.