“Laughter on the 23rd Floor”
by Neil Simon
Set in 1953, Neil Simon's "flat-out funniest play in years" re-creates the mayhem, neuroses, nonstop gags, and constant one-upmanship of a team of brilliantly funny social misfits as they write The Max Prince Show, a weekly variety program. The writers are devoted to their boss, Max, a comic genius, a tyrant, and a paranoiac with a heart of gold. However, his penchant for tippling and popping too many pills is growing under the pressures of a rising McCarthyism and network executives who want him to cut back his "too-smart" show and staff so that they can chase after the Leave It to Beaver and Father Knows Best audience.

Recent Productions
WhereOpening Night
Bergen County Players 5/5/2007
Rhino Theatre Company 11/4/2005
Monmouth Players 4/15/2005
Allegro Productions 8/23/2002
Cabaret Theatre 2/6/2002
Center Players (Freehold) 9/15/2001
Dover Little Theater 3/2/2001
Battery Factory Theater 2/9/2001
Hudson Shakespeare Company 5/5/2000
Players Guild of Leonia 2/25/2000
Villagers Theatre 1/8/1999