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I'm in Love With Your Sister

I’m In Love With Your Sister, is as precise a synopsis of this story as there can possibly be.

What’s the play about you ask? Well, it’s about a guy who falls in love with a woman who just happens to be the sister of the woman he is currently living with.

Well, that sounds awkward. Yes. That’s because it is awkward. Most comedies stem from some kind of awkwardness. But how does this happen? Is there an explanation?


There is a triggering incident that sets the wheels in motion, and when you see the story unfold on stage, it seems quite logical. And funny. Most importantly, it’s funny. And awkward. But funny!

I'm in Love with Your Sister is available to be included in any 5 or 3 show subscription package.

Single-show tickets will go on sale April 8th, 2024.



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Opera House

87 Broadway

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May 15, 2025 11:00 AM

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