I’m Not Rappaport

In association with co-producers

In a secluded corner of Central park, a pair of octagenarian old curmudgeons0 one black, and one white-sit togther swapping stories, and furiously arguing. They’re interrupted by a colourful parade of passers-by, but day by day they return to the same bench to continue their shouted disagreements, and to glory in their age, eccentricity and humour.
A huge success in America and in this country in the West End.
I’M NOT RAPPAPORT was orginally presented by the Seattle Repretory Theatre and produced on broadway by James Walsh, Lewis Allen and Martin Heinfling.
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play in 1986- a Broadway smash-hit.
‘Funniest and most touching play of the season’ TIMES
‘Gloriously funny, sweetly sentimental’ SUNDAY EXPRESS
‘Funny and sad, warm and whimsical’ MAIL ON SUNDAY