Lenny is not having a good Monday. His wife left him for a jerk who builds Wal-Marts, his two least favorite football teams are playing on the TV and his college-aged daughter, Sarah, is having a crisis of faith. But when his best friend Mickey has the perfect solution to fix his marital problems, Lenny has to decide what he is willing to stand up for and whom he is willing to stand up to. In a world where political correctness, religious faith, class discrimination and social injustices just don't add up anymore, how can we personally define right and wrong? Bruce Graham is "considered to be this town's people-pleasing David Mamet, builder of stories that suck you in and make you want to stay" (Philadelphia Inquirer).
This Production continues into March at the Act II Playhouse