For Tom Hazzitall, a lawyer, life is good. He has a job that is
fulfilling. He has Lisa, his loving wife. They have enough
money to live where they want to. Then one day Lisa dies, a
victim of a seemingly meaningless crime. Two weeks later a
woman shows up at Tom's door. She is the spitting image of
Lisa. What can Tom do but take her in? Is she a replica created
by space aliens, as Tom's cleaning lady Pauline suggests? A
comedy-drama, with songs. This play was previously
published in paperback in the anthology, "Mad Cow Disease,
Something Special, and Other Plays" by Lance Tait.
From the Author:
Unpredictably hilarious, full of wordplay, indebted to the
Theatre of the Absurd, this play is loved for its humor and
depth as well as for its profoundly silly short songs.
Lance Tait: American Writer/Director