DIRECTED by Sean Wilkinson
A comic and thought provoking study of the effects of anxiety - the nagging 'kvetch' that keeps you awake at night.
Frank is an insecure American-Jewish salesman and every day is a constant battle with his 'kvetches', for everything is a source of worry to him.
His frustrated wife, Donna, has her own worries and fears. So does everyone else in this adult comedy where we delight in the differences between what each character says to each other and what they really think.
First performed in America in 1986, the play opened in London in 1991 and won the Evening Standard's 'Comedy of the Year' award.
Performed in the Cowan Studio Wednesday 20th - Saturday 23rd March 2002