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“How to Survive your Adult Relationship with your Family”

“How to Survive your Adult Relationship with your Family”

Wednesday, September 21st     7:30 pm     Studio Live Sedona

Tickets: $17/day of show and $15/advance

Polly Frost’s humor has been published widely, including  The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Narrative and The Barnes and Noble Review. Her humor was selected for both of The New Yorker “best humor” anthologies: Disquiet, Please! and Fierce Pajamas. Polly’s humor book, With One Eye Open, was published in 2010. Elle columnist E. Jean Carroll raved: “Miss Polly Frost is so funny and so wildly intelligent, she is the Edith Wharton of her generation.” Polly is married to Ray Sawhill and the couple collaborates frequently together. Most recently, they co-wrote the comic one-act, The Last Artist in New York City, which was selected for Best American Short Plays 2008-2009, the audio comedy Sex Scenes, and they just finished a suspense novel. Polly’s website is http://pollyfrost.com. She loves Sedona and often visits her mother and step dad there.

 

“How to Survive Your Adult Relationship with Your Family”

Everyone focuses on how to get over your childhood. But let’s face it: the really important thing is to learn how to survive your family as an adult! Acclaimed humor writer, Polly Frost, will give us a comic look at the emotional curveballs our beloved — and not so beloved — relatives can throw us throughout our adult lives.

Polly Frost’s humor has been published in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Narrative and The Barnes and Noble Review. Her humor has also been included in the recent anthology “Humor Me,” as well as in both “best of” New Yorker humor anthologies, “Fierce Pajamas” and “Disquiet, Please!”