The pre-dinner cocktail is a revered ritual in John's parents' elegant home, but when he returns to announce that he has written a play about them, their calm demeanor dissolves. As the martinis flow, so do the revelations and recriminations, both funny and poignant, in this heartfelt comedy about the ties that bind.
“BRISKLY ENTERTAINING! If it’s martini-dry wit you crave, you’ll find it here. Richard Poe and Maureen Anderman are superb.” – The Boston Globe
“The Huntington and director Maria Aitken do terrific work. SIT BACK AND BE ENTERTAINED!”