by Jordan Harrison
The manly men of a Prohibition-era town decide to put on a play dressed in "fancy-type, women-type clothes". Gender lines blur, eyebrows raise, identities explode, and the Elks Club will never be the same. A thoughtful and exuberant Midwestern fable about the man in every woman, the woman in every man, and the power of theater to uncover both. Accompanied by accordion.