This farce pokes fun at sex, authority, family relationships, and the world of psychoanalysis. In it, a sex-obsessed psychiatrist is confounded by the arrival of his nymphomaniac wife, a lunatic supervisor, a handsome bellhop, and a clueless policeman -- all in the midst of his attempts to seduce a prospective secretary.
The cast will include Michael Balcanoff (Dr. Prentice), Meg Gibson (Mrs. Prentice), Adam Harrington (Sgt. Match), Lordan Napoli (Geraldine), Lewis Wheeler (Bellboy), and Richard McElvain (Dr. Rance).
The creative team will include Eugene Lee (set), John Malinowski (lighting), Nathan Leigh (sound), and Carol Sherry (costumes).
Wheeler's previous directing credits at WHAT include Live Girls, The Unexpected Man, Lemonade, and Cosmologies. He won Eliot Norton and IRNE awards for his direction of No Man's Land at ART.
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