by Frank Blocker
It is 1995 and the Olympics are a twinkle in Atlanta's eye, much in the same way that Monica is about to twinkle Bill's. It was a time of non-innocence when we all would like to pretend we still were. This is the life of an Atlanta hotel room over the course of one week. We have political scandal, multi-tasking hilarity, snowbirds, conventioneers, casting directors, pageant mothers, and an international cast of maids. This homage to Neil Simon is a blast for four comedic actors who love dialogue.
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