This intimate musical revue is a zany, hilarious spoof dedicated to satirizing every conceivable aspect of show business. Among the many skits are a pointed parody of theater party ladies, a wrestling match between "The Elephant Man" and the paraplegic hero of "Whose Life Is It Anyway?", the traumas of a suburban couple getting to and going from the theatre, a madrigal on the popularity of British plays and performers, takeoffs on critics and on Joseph Papp and his Public Theatre. It's a perfect show for anyone involved with the theater.
"A most agreeable surprise... Funny and irreverent." - New York Daily News
"Pretty damned funny... bright and sassy." - New York Post
"Torrential fun... crazed... blessedly irreverent... genuine satire." - New York Magazine