Paul and Sandy go to the theater with two very different goals in mind. Paul’s goal: to convince Sandy to go to Chicago by the end of the night. Sandy’s goal: to get Paul to relax, watch the play, and not talk about why she won’t go to Chicago. In between there’s obnoxious seat kickers, talkers, Latin lovers, and a host of insecurities. Inner fantasies and monologues come to life with disastrous effects in this comedy about love, relationships…and people with big heads.
Sometimes, the key to happiness is where you’re sitting.