Alvi and Sam, partners and pals, have run a sporting goods store on New York's West Side for forty years. It's Memorial Day and they are taking stock of their inventory and their options. The neighborhood has changed, the yuppie landlord is raising the rent and the customers don't know the first thing about sports. Sam wants to renovate; Alvi doesn't want to change a thing. As the two old friends struggle over their future, they reveal their fears, hopes, passions and affection for each other. This wise and witty play delighted audiences at the Jewish Repertory Theatre in New York.
"Funny and heart warming." - New York Daily News
"Light hearted entertainment ... [with] sure fire laughs." - Jewish Week
"Hilarious." - Theatre Week