Its the story of two sets of people: Ed and Millie, a middle-aged couple who have a daughter, Rosalie, who they find out is gay, Lyles explains. Its a total surprise to them, but they decide to drive down for a weekend to meet their daughters girlfriend. But then she announces that shes also getting married that weekend. Its all about their adjustment to the idea of their daughters being gay. All the characters have their own issues with commitment, especially Rosalie, and it ends up being both funny and touching at same time. And it all takes place in cars, which is one place where you just cant get away from things you have to face.
It is, in fact, a play that takes place entirely in cars, which is cause for its own set of difficulties: Right now, were trying to figure out how to get a whole car downstairs in the Vic, Lyles says.
The show debuts at 7:30 p.m. at the Denver Victorian Theater, 4201 Hooker Street, for a run of mid-week performances though March 31; for tickets, $20 to $22 (or $11 on Cheap Date Tuesdays), visit www.andtototoo.org.
Tuesdays-Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. Starts: March 2. Continues through March 31, 2011