BATHROOM TALK & OTHER STUFF WE LEARN FROM DAD
In a last ditch effort to repair a broken family bond and change life patterns that have been long nurtured, a 40 -something waitress and stand-up comic implores her lost-soul father to contact his dying mother.
Realities converge and two seemingly divergent worlds collide as the audience is ricocheted from the father's alcohol-strewn living room to the waitress's moonlighting stand-up gigs.
Can the waitress heal old wounds? Not before picking at the scabs.
Backstage.com CRITIC'S PICK:
New York International Fringe Festival XIV
"Lee's script crackles with wit and insight." --NYTheatre.com
"Lee...skillfully ricochet's from stand up comedy to kitchen-sink drama...with stinging wit and masterful timing"