Jerry and Marnie are Broadway actors who haven't worked in years. At Jerry's insistence, they take on a wildly unorthodox job for a rich, young New York banker in SHOW PEOPLE, a comedy about the darker as-pects of the need to create and perform.
"Weitz has a light touch and a good ear for fluid, witty dialogue." —Variety. "A smashing light comedy…delightful and witty." —NY Observer. "A real laugh-out-loud comedy…guaranteed to make audiences laugh themselves silly." —Journal News. "All of Weitz's many sharply amusing lines land with marksman-like precision." —CurtainUp. "…[Paul Weitz's] latest Off-Broadway comedy, SHOW PEOPLE, contains the same outrageous humor found in his Hollywood films…a thoroughly enjoyable, laugh-out-loud evening of theater…Weitz's dialogue is witty and eloquent." —Villager.