It's the 1960's -- a time of war. A time of political and social change. A time for nifty kitchen storage containers. Sealed for Freshness is a new Tupperware comedy written and directed by Doug Stone.
The play tells the story of five mid-western women who believe in being good wives, good mothers and good neighbors. They were raised to trade their dreams, hopes and desires for social norms . . . and now they want them back. These hermetically sealed, airtight lives unravel during a sidesplitting Tupperware party gone awry. The women of Sealed for Freshness are struggling with lost youth, missed opportunities, and deviled egg containers. In other words, they're the original "Desperate Housewives."