The Royal Family first premiered on Broadway in December 1927 at the Selwyn Theatre. It was written by George Kaufman
and Edna Ferber and has been revived several times, include once at the West End with Laurence Olivier before returning
to Broadway in the mid '70s as well as the '00s. It picked up a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play in 1975.
The Royal Family has been described as a flamboyant play following a theatrical family and how they must deal with the
fact that one of its members has fallen in love with someone not connected to show business; a parody of the Barrymore family
circa 1927, the family is full of timeless stereotypes that is sure to please every theatre going audience - so get your
theatre tickets today.
If you adore Drew Barrymore or any of the Barrymore clan, then this comedic parodoy of the Barrymore family of actors
is a play for you. Based on John and Ethel Barrymore in particular, this story is a hilarious take on acting families. If
you want to catch the most recent revival this year, then don't miss your chance to get The
Royal Family tickets today.