Here's a sprightly new comedy by the famed New Yorker cartoonist. The well drawn characters include a young architect who owns a failing gourmet restaurant, his bored but sultry European wife, a lawyer who owns the building which the restaurant is in and who wants to evict the gourmets and open up a Burger King, his joiner of causes wife, a Puerto Rican maid and her boyfriend, a Filipino who poses as a Puerto Rican to get ahead in New York, he believes strongly in "the work ethnic".
"As light and refreshing as sparkling water." - Cue
"A wonderful play... which goes right to the heart of our modern urban sensibility." - Gannett Newspaper