One-act, approximately 25 minutes.
2 men (50ish, 25ish), 2 women (50ish, 27ish). If Thornton Wilder met the Kingston Trio, this one-act would be the result. On a Thanksgiving evening, Holly has taken refuge on the roof of her parents’ home, throwing her family’s annual hootenanny into disarray. Her brother, Taylor, and famous folk-singer parents, Nick and Dorothy, try to coax Holly down, or at least find out what’s wrong. Eventually, they sort of do, and they sort of don’t, and the hootenanny, like life, goes on. A comic story of love, laughter and maracas, this play was part of the Pittsburgh New Works Festival in 2005.