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You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up is a theatrical presentation of the novel written by authors, Jeff Kahn and Annabelle Gurwitch. Annabelle is a famous writer and actress and she can be seen co-hosting the TBS show called “Dinner and a Movie” and has also appeared as a guest star in television shows such as Boston Legal, The Shaggy Dog and Seinfeld. Annabelle is also the author of her documentary and book named “Fired!” and is a regular columnist for “TheNationMagazine.com”. Jeff is also a writer with ample acting experience as well. His most famous writing includes his Emmy Winning wok for “The Ben Stiller Show”. Jeff has made appearances in Tropic Thunder, The 40 Year Old Virgin, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Entourage.
Their book, You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up was published in 2010 through the Crown Publishing Company. The book presents a hilarious tale of a couple who has realized that their love can only take them this far. Instead of getting into conventional methods to repair and rebuild their intimacy, the couple drops out of therapy and embarks on a medical expedition for their one and only child was diagnosed with VACTERL. VACTERL is a syndrome that presents various birth defects. The defects appear different in each child and can range from vertebral anomalies to anal atresia, radial or renal anomalies, limb defects, and cardiovascular abnormalities. Witness a heart touching tale of a couple who tries to parent their sick child in the best way possible. For them, their marriage and love is like an intense rollercoaster of codependence and complaining.
The book can be called an autobiographical account of Annabelle and Jeff. Throughout the theatrical show you will see that the two are absolute opposites of one another who have to go through tribulations and trials to keep their family together. Watch them struggle as they squirm over money, decisions, romance and children. The name of the book was inspired by the lyrics of a 1937 song called “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” which was written by Gershwin Brothers. The story of the book is similar to the song’s point of view and this is why the name perfectly fits.
The seventy five minute show will not only present to the audience the current problems but also trips into the past as the actors reenact previous events. Though the couple may seem as a cliché, what is different about their constant bickering is that Jeff is seen to be the loving one who never forgets anniversaries and is always presenting gifts, while it’s Annabelle who is late to special occasions and is very forgetful when it comes to anniversaries and birthdays. If you wish to become a part of a humorous production that is very much relatable, then you should make your way to the You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up show. Get your hands on cheap You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up tickets without any further delay, in order to benefit from the great value being offered.
You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up debuted in theatre in the year 2011 and the amazing production team has been holding performances for the second year now. The theatrical has received positive reviews from screenwriter and director, Judd Apatow, actor Ben Stiller and standup comedian Bill Maher. Ben Stiller appreciated the story by saying that Annabelle and Jeff have been able to bring to the spotlight the reality of marriage. At one point you love your partner, while you feel like strangling them at another. Judd Apatow has accredited the comedy as being utterly hilarious, even if one cannot relate to it. Lastly Bill Maher described the book to be the most insightful and funniest one he has come across and deemed himself unfit to comment on it.
All married couples should make their way to the upcoming You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up show, that will surely make your realize that you are not the only couple facing difficulties. Purchase cheap You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up tickets today.