From the screwball imagination of local playwright Christopher Durang (author of New City's 2010-11 season favorite Miss Witherspoon), an uproarious new comedy about America's ongoing "war on terror." A young woman wakes up to a strange man, a hangover, and a whole lot of questions: Is her new husband, whom she married while drunk, a terrorist, a crazed alcoholic, or both? Is her father's hobby of butterfly collecting for real, or is it a cover for his involvement in a right-wing shadow government? Is her mother a theater-loving eccentric, or is she actually insane? The Philadelphia premiere of Durang's 2009 Off-Broadway hit answers all these questions and more this holiday season.
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