• Date:
    October 1, 2004

    Opened: 14 Oct 2004
    Written by: Craig Lucas
    Directed by: Mark Brokaw
    Starring: Mary-Louise Parker (Rachel)
    Synopsis Its Christmas Eve, her son has fired her, her husbands put out a contract on her life, and so shes out the window - literally. This bittersweet comedy follows Rachel through a bizarre, fantastic and sometimes nightmarish journey as she travels across the country, finding home with a succession of intimate strangers.

    What the critics had to say.....

    BEN BRENTLEY of the NEW YORK TIMES says �A beguilingly sneaky crash course in the loss of innocence.� CLIVE BARNES of NEW YORK POST says �This dismal apology for a play is weakly directed and, by and large, very poorly acted.� HOWARD KISSEL of NEW YORK DAILY NEWS says it �Might be okay if it were funny. It seldom is.� ELYSA GARDNER of USA TODAY says �Fresh, funny and newly poignant.� FRANK SCHECK of THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER says "Proves to have lost whatever comic spark it possessed" ROMA TORRE of NY1 says "A near perfect production." MICHAEL KUCHWARA of Associated Press says "There are pleasures to be found"

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    The Hollywood Reporter
    Associated Press