Two women stand outside a Manhattan office building grabbing a quick cigarette. One is a gabby middle-aged suburbanite who is proud to be a big boss's secretary. The other is a young, ultra-hip Goth, so laid-back she's practically comatose. The unlikely companions chat about urban development, music, oral sex and other conundrums of modern life in a delightedly quirky comedy.
Published in the collection, Kidney Stones: Four One Act Comedies.
"[Kidney Stones is] an unexpected theatrical joy! Smart, witty, incisive, right on, and slightly skewed." - lively-arts.com.