by Edward Belling
directed by Mark Plesent
with Dolores Sutton, Carol Morley, Bill Wise, and Randy Frazier
The Judith Anderson Theatre
Retired widow Bea is content to watch “Jeopardy” and bake cookies for her son’s weekly visits, until she is befriended by a neighbor who introduces her to the excitement of Atlantic City.
“Playwright Edward Belling has fashioned an understated comedy out of the humdrum loneliness of aging . . . as directed by Mark Plesent, it’s a theatrical chamber piece of curious charm, full of quietly revelatory details.” Pamela Renner, Time Out New York, June 5, 1997
“Expert performances.” Lawrence Van Gelder, The New York Times, June 4, 1997