This sparkling, fast-paced, uproariously blunt 1970s comedy is divided into four parts. Each scene, set in the same suite in the Beverley Hills Hotel, offers an evening of razor-sharp wordplay filled with humour and bitter-sweet moments. A verbal jousting match between a New York workaholic and her laid-back ex husband as they bicker over custody arrangements. A conventional middle-aged businessman who wakes to find a stranger in his bed and his wife at the door. An Academy Award nominee hoping for the Oscar that will revive her flagging career. Two couples creating comedic mayhem as they end a disastrous vacation they should never have started. “Immensely funny and surprisingly moving, this is Neil Simon at his most humane and compassionate best...” Directed by Ann Stutz.