Last night was the final performance of "Relatively Speaking," three short plays written by Elaine May, Ethan Coen, and Woody Allen and directed by John Turturro. I have not laughed that hard since I saw Mark Rylance in Le Bete. Marlo Thomas was spectacular. All the plays were excellent, but she was so so so funny. Tony win, I'm saying. And the cast of the Woody Allen play was like old home week for a Woody film, beginning with Julie Kavner and Steve Guttenberg. I love it when I laugh so much my cheeks hurt. All the actors on stage last night out did themselves. Excellent. Thank you for such a great night of fun!