From the author of Absurd Person Singular comes the theatrical event of the season: a pair of interlocking comedies that take place simultaneously, with one cast performing both shows in two different theaters at the same time. Teddy and Trish are hosting a big garden party for the town. Friends, family, a London writer, and a French movie star… what could go wrong? Fans of Ayckbourn will know the answer: Anything and everything. House or Garden alone would be an uproarious romp around the English countryside, but together they make a theater experience not to be missed. While the actors race from House (in the downstairs) to Garden (upstairs), the lucky audience stays put, seeing each production one at a time, in either order. Both are chock full of Ayckbourn's wacky characters, gin-soaked truths and topsy-turvy story.