By Neil Simon
Directed by Tom Levely
Produced by Michelle Spanik
This play by Neil Simon was written almost fifty years ago but still has plenty to say to audiences today. It will still hit your funny bone this time around.
The sexual revolution was in full swing back in 1960, when Barney Cashman felt he was missing out on something. Never unfaithful before, Barney decides to join the revolution. Over the course of the play, he separately invites three woman to, of all places, his mother’s apartment for afternoon trysts. Stealing time while his mother is out volunteering, he keeps one eye on the clock and the other on the exact positioning of the cushions, lest his mother suspect something.
Silly, yes – and so much fun we never stop laughing.
September 13-14, 20-21, 27-28, 2019
Curtain 8:00 PM
Cash payment and ticket pickup at the door.