New York City
Canadian playwright Norm Foster’s Drinking Alone is a warm-hearted comedy about a volatile family called the Todds. Though they’re adults, the Todd children, Todd and his married sister Carrie, still live in the shadow of their larger-than-life dad, Ivan, who left them 15 years ago.
When Ivan decides to visit them, Todd, wanting to impress his father, hires Renee to pose as his fiancee.
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