by Neil Simon
Directed by Wheelice Wilson, Jr.
Possibly the best farce ever written by the modern king of comedy brings four couples together in one townhouse to celebrate the tenth wedding anniversary of the Deputy Mayor of New York City and his wife. But the party never begins because the host has shot himself in the head (It’s only a flesh wound!), and his wife is missing. His lawyer’s cover up gets progressively more difficult to sustain as the other guests arrive and nobody can remember who has been told what about whom. Doors slam and hilarity abounds as the couples get more and more crazed. The audience begins to laugh at everything from a bandaged ear to a stubborn potato chip bag to a frantic “La Bamba” dance.