In a Chicago law firm, two attorneys play games with their clients' lives and with each other. The first act follows their day, through phone conversations, visits by clients and many behind the scenes stories, until one of them is faced with a challenge in a climax out of the best in American farce. The second act concentrates on Roger Ackerman's attempts to come to terms with his girlfriend whose decision to break up their relationship is directly linked to her decision to becoming a lawyer herself. Through this discussion, attitudes towards the law, lawyers, and the illusory concept of the title are made clear.
Reviews"An oddly cheerful, even rousing show." - Village Voice "Crunchy dialogue... a tasty slice of life." - New York Post
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
Plus one female voice