The Chicago Reader. By Ariel Parrella-Aureli Jansen carries Connie off stage over his shoulder. Streaming Shows. There are many subjects discussed that dates this play Richard Nixon, Notes, Telegrams, Operators those sort of things but that shouldn't scare anyone from producing the show.
Since Jon had a reputation back in college for violently jealous rages that included blaming the messenger, Leslie hesitates to tell him of their infidelity.
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Community Reviews. Allison Jordon, as Kate, is on stage through most of the play and adds her own comedic touch as she tries to hold the boys in line.
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Though there is nothing in the play that could be called blatantly sexist or homophobic; Connie's misgivings about having "driven" Leslie to transvestism with her dominating ways and a remark that Leslie, who's hiding in the bedroom, has "come out of the closet" are about as reactionary as it gets.
The script also contains internal inconsistencies that are apparent even on a first viewing: the landlord claims that it must have been someone from Jon and Leslie's apartment who fell from the window ledge because their apartment is the only one above that of the woman on whom the person fell--when an earlier reference was made to a tenant who covered the hole in Jon and Leslie's ceiling by putting a rug down on his floor.
Socially distanced seating: 6 ft between parties under 10 people - parties of 10 or more will have to be separated 2. Not Now. Rob Watson's direction keeps the hilarity moving briskly along and makes fine use of the doors of the set, ensuring the cast achieves farce-like timing with their entrances and exits.