An Off-Broadway success, selected by Time Magazine as one of the ten best plays of the year, this biting, hilarious, touching and totally original work captures the essence of the "now generation," from flower children to violent revolutionaries. "…a boisterously funny, rueful, sentimental, raunchy and outrageous work… It is also consistently entertaining." —NY Daily News. "…clever and very funny…Mr. McNally is a nimble writer for the stage, with a God-given knack for telling scenes and sharp, immediate characterizations…" —The New Yorker. "He seems to have his finger on the pulse of the below thirty generation." —Variety.
Multi-Tony nominee Hope Clarke ("Jelly�s Last Jam" and "Caroline or Change"), shares her remembrances of colleague and friend, Diana Sands, the dynamic black actress of the 1950�s, 60's and 70�s. Ms. Sands, a pioneer of non-traditional casting and Civil Rights activist, received two Tony nominations in comedy and drama for "The Owl and the Pussycat" and "Blues For Mister Charlie" as well as an Emmy nomination, for an episode of "Eastside Westside" before her untimely death in 1973.
Cast includes Teniece Divya Johnson as Diana Sands.