As described the NY Post: "CLANDESTINE is a play with a strongly written central character, a middle-aged, thrice-married woman who operates a cheap lunchroom with a bachelor brother. While she is reuniting a pregnant young woman with the young man responsible, she is charmingly passing out her ignorant notions about history and geography. But what she may lack in facts, she makes up in amazing intuition about life. It's obvious that with her involved, everything had to end happily."
Selected by the Humanities Division of the Ford Foundation and produced under this program with great success by the Arena Stage, Washington, D.C. "Mr. Greenfeld has created an original character at the center of the play, and his general attitude toward life is fresh, attractive and humorous…it is a pleasant experience to be in his company." —NY Times. "Written with considerable wit—stimulating virtual capacity business…generating favorable audience response and has collected affirmative notices." —Variety. "Hilarious, haunting—splendidly daffy—unbelievable and unforgettable…It shouldn't be missed…It is an achievement that equals in freshness that which marked Saroyan's saloon in Time of Your Life." —Washington Star.