Sure Thing


Sure Thing was first presented at Manhattan Punch Line's Festival of One-Act Comedies, New York City, in February 1988. The director was Jason McConnell Buzas. The characters of Bill and Betty were played by Robert Stanton and Nancy Opel, respectively. [3]

Sure Thing was part of Ives’ original six-play collection, All in the Timing, which premiered Off-Broadway in 1993 at Primary Stages,[4] and was revived at Primary Stages in 2013.[5] Ives won the Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award for Playwriting, 1993-1994.[6]

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