As always, The Living Theatre challenges convention and presents a script that's bold and perhaps bewildering. Playwright Peter Papadopoulos shows us a stage on which the mundane mingles with the bizarre... A young bride stands on mountaintop watching the Great Apocalypse beneath her. As she watches the world below consumed in water and fire, she muses: There are many things to consider when considering a wedding cake. Juxtaposed to her dilemma we find feuding partners kicking their way through their relationship in a rural ranch house. Their company is a Frenchman who steps out of the television. "As mankind hurtles through its final one hundred years," he says, "many questions arise..."