Katha and her husband Ryu have become allergic to their 21st-century lives. After they meet a charismatic man from a community of 1950s reenactors, they forsake cell phones and sushi for cigarettes and Tupperware parties. In this compulsively authentic Eisenhower America, Katha and Ryu are surprised by what their new neighbors—and they themselves—are willing to sacrifice for happiness.
“Mark Ramont’s perceptive staging reflects the text’s dry, understated tone, lightly satirical humor and the claustrophobia of coerced conformity, a quality induced by Harrison’s script.” — OC Register
“Always enthralling to watch… features some of the strongest female characters in recent stage memory” — Broadway Stars