Hothouse is set in 1950's Seattle and features three generations of women; grandmother "Ma", mother Roz and daughter Jody, whose vitality is in sharp contrast to the mates they have chosen. Dissipated and with few options, the women and men are the walking wounded in the war of everyday, working class American life. A beautifully written play full of rich, earthy American humor.
"Reminiscent of D.H. Lawrence...there aren't many with Terry's amazing combination of technique, poetry, intelligence, stage sense and most of all soul." - The New York Post
"A hint of O'Neill, laced with O'Casey's gift of mixing comedy and tragedy in a heady blend." - The New Jersey Record