Members of a stuffy, all male club, circa 1905, tap dance and sing fourteen songs of the era, all indicative of male smugness and superiority. During the finale, the audience discovers that the top hats, white ties and rails are actually being worn by women.
"Extraordinary! High Caliber! Style and Verve!...A refracting lens for the condescension and bigotry that pervade those good old songs, and by implication, our culture." - The New York Post
"Wickedly witty, delicious musical!" - Cue