An apartment room in New York City.
Lee Schallert, a young, assertive housewife, feels she may be missing out on something according to Time and Newsweek. She decides to leave her husband Bob and her eight bedroom suburban home in Westchester, to move into a one and three quarter room Greenwich Village apartment with two room mates.
This comes as a complete surprise to Bob, the straight laced, hard working "old school" husband, who has to use his quick wit to attempt to win back his "little woman" and return life to "normal".
Lee's first roommate, Pat, is an aspiring actress who hides behind a myriad of characters and costumes, ranging from Shirley Temple, to Marlene Dietrich and Scarlett O'Hara. Why does she hide behind these different masks and does she reveal her true self in the end?
Her other roommate is Tracy Varetta, and though expecting a female, through an agency mix up, the other roommate is male. Tracy is a young graduate psychology student who enjoys walking and dreams about becoming a research psychologist, meeting a nice plain girl with glasses and a plaid skirt!
Through drawing straws, double dates, subterfuge, dripping faucets, alcohol and a kiss, Accommodations is an amusing study of marital and human relations through the eyes of four characters. A witty comedy that explores the things we look for in life; goals, love, stability and a sense of purpose.
"An amusing study of marital and human relations. . . . A gem." Labor Herald.
"The audience laughed until it hurt." News American.
"Superior theatre.... It is light comedy at its best." The Sun, Baltimore.
Written By : Nick Hall
Directed by : Warren McKenzie