New York City
The Last of the Red Hot Lovers is a snapshot of the sexual revolution’s earliest days as observed by one Barney Kashman, a middle-aged seafood restaurateur living in New York City in the 1970s. Barney is financially successful and, by all accounts, happily married–yet he pines for the intrigue of an extramarital encounter. Set entirely in his mother’s Manhattan apartment, each act introduces a new woman with whom Barney attempts to commit infidelity. The results are varied and epiphanies abound. Generously mixed with fun, tenderness and snappy dialog, the play leaves you sympathetic to the whimsical frailty of the human heart.
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