Goodbye April, Hello May is an eye-opening comedic look into a future where most of our fears have already come true. Set in Coney Island in the early 22nd century, Ethan Lipton's new play follows five roommates in their 40s and 50s who are struggling just to get by. Despite the fact that the world is falling down around them, these deluded, neurotic New Yorkers continue to obsess over the minutiae of their little lives. Yes, New York is still the greatest city on earth, but rents are criminal, the children are violent and everyone's a little self-centered.
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