New York City
Welcome to Paris, 1904. In a small bistro, the Lapin Agile (the Agile Rabbit) the locals gather to drink wine, aperitifs and champagne. They talk, flirt and enjoy each other’s company. Into their midst, playwright Steve Martin, (yes, the actor and comedian), places two young men, Einstein and Picasso. The two geniuses muse on the achievements of the century as they debate art versus science as the prominent influences on the future. Facts are fast and loose on the brink of absurdity. Local patrons and a surprise visitor add more colorful humor to the gathering. Peter Talarico, Jr. directs.