In this outrageous comedy, playwright Richard Dresser acquaints us with the hideous pleasures of the obscenely rich. Nick, a child of privilege, grew up with every possible advantage. But along the way he came to believe that he could never measure up to the demands of his father, a powerful and mercurial man who has run the family businesses with ruthless cunning. So Nick disappears, reinventing himself as a blue-collar worker in a factory owned by his family. For the first time, he takes control of his life.