The Rapscallions of the Periphery presents Ham and Cheese, a two-act comedy about one woman 'trying to get by, by the skin of her teeth' while working in the service industry by day and directing a play about her experience in the service industry by night. The play she is directing, is called, Ham and Cheese and is the one the audience is watching.
Ham and Cheese is made up of a nine-person ensemble playing over forty
characters, and takes place at the Chateau de la Merde, a fashionable
restaurant serving philosophical fare and farcical flair.
Ham and Cheese is written and directed by Jessica Arnold and Andrew Toutain.