Cronyn, Hill, Kline, et al. Set for Mint's The Return of the Prodigal
The play, which is described as a "blistering expose of middle-class life, laced with acid humor," focuses on Eustace Jackson, the son of a wealthy manufacturer. Five years before the play begins, Eustace was packed off to Australia to make his fortune, but he only succeeds at failing in everything he attempts. Desperate and destitute, he returns home, a charming loser.