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  • Jerry Polner:
    5 Jul. 2021
    Kate Danley doesn’t miss a screwball comedy trick in this wonderfully funny story about two architectural partners doing business with the police commissioner’s daughter while they’re in hock to the mob. Set in 1930 with all the right dialect, it runs like eggs in coffee. Produce this play!
  • Margaret O'Donnell:
    6 Apr. 2021
    What fun! Trixie the secretary is guileless...or is she? The witty dialogue is pure 1930s Hollywood snappy, and the complications arise naturally from the situation and characters. The scenes where Trixie manages everything, right in front of her clueless bosses, are intricately and beautifully written. Life at an architecture has never been more engaging.
  • Cheryl Bear:
    23 Aug. 2020
    Shenanigans ensue as that little accidental hire spirals everything out of control for these guys and it's hilarious! Highly entertaining!
  • Scott Stolnack:
    14 Apr. 2018
    Clever, thoroughly enjoyable comedy, with a large dose of screwball craziness in the second act. Will leave you dazed and smiling at the end.