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Cactus Flower, Westside Theatre , NYC Show Poster
Theater
Westside Theatre

407 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036

Duration
2hrs. 30mins
1 Intermission
Important Dates
On Sale
Jan 18, 2011
Preview
Feb 24, 2011
Opening
Mar 10, 2011
Closing
Apr 24, 2011
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Cactus Flower follows Julian Winston, a handsome, middle-aged dentist who finds himself in trouble when he lies to his young girlfriend by claiming he is already married and then she ...

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What Is the Story of Cactus Flower?
As Cactus Flower begins, a kooky young Greenwich Village record store clerk named Toni is considering drastic action to end her relationship with her older, married boyfriend, dentist Julian Winston. A jolted Dr. Winston proposes, but there’s one problem: Toni wants to meet his wife, but he isn’t actually married. (The fake spouse helped keep previous girlfriends at bay.) Julian impulsively taps his no-nonsense office assistant, Stephanie, to pose as his wife, meet Toni and pave the way for a quickie “divorce.” Predictably, comic complications ensue—including a budding attraction between Julian and Stephanie.

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What Is Cactus Flower Like?
This light and funny farce by Abe Burrows has a swinging sixties vibe, with period sets and mod costumes and a sometimes retro view of love and marriage. The irresistible plotline (recycled in the recent Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston comedy Just Go With It) and witty banter makes audiences root for all three main characters to find happiness.

Is Cactus Flower Good for Kids?
Although the dialogue is equivalent to a sixties-style network sitcom, Cactus Flower centers on sexual situations that aren’t appropriate for kids.