When the playwright is Paul Rudnick, expectations are geared for a play both hilarious and smart, and THE NEW CENTURY is no exception. It is a funny and outrageous comedy, but it doesn't stop there. Mr. Rudnick is in a provocative mood, and the resulting work, set in New York City in the present day, raises questions not easily answered.
Francine Segal is Helene, a Jewish matron from Massapequa and the self-proclaimed "most loving mother of all time" to her three gay children.
Bob Edes, Jr. is the flamboyant Mr. Charles, currently of Palm Beach, described by Mr. Rudnick as ...Read More