Aldo and Huey are friends. Huey is divorced, and Aldo -- who never gained his father's affection and is unable to sever the link with his overpowering mother -- is unmarried. Huey has been behaving oddly since the divorce, wearing poetic, frill-sleeved shirts and unflatteringly tight black pants, mooning around and composing poetry. The poem he reads to Aldo early in the OpenStage production of John... More >>>
In Italian American Reconciliation, the cast is
all in la famiglia.