Tony leaves for his bowling evening disappointed as the team's best player had to cancel. Angela gets a pre-victory-cheerful send-off to the fancy Maddie awards ceremony, generally expected to win the greatest prize in advertising. But when they arrive, Tony carries a cup, she was just nominated. Jonathan practices for a perfect spelling bee performance, tirelessly. It takes all Tony's charm and persuasion to cool the family and convince Angela she must show class by attending the after-party gracefully. She agrees, but surprises him as unpleasantly as her winning rival appeals to him and surprises her. Written by
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The original Broadway production of "Lovers and Other Strangers" written by actors Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna opened on September 18, 1968 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre and ran for 70 performances. Renée Taylor also performed in the stage play and wrote the screenplay with her husband Joseph Bologna. See more