All things food – cooking, eating, restaurant dining – provide the basis for the action in The Art of Dining. Written by Tina Howe (Coastal Disturbances, Pride’s Crossing), Dining centers on the relationships, neuroses, disorders and more on display inside a married couple’s new restaurant. Cal and chef Ellen are the small, gourmet restaurant’s owners and sole staff. He’s worried about the bills; she’s obsessed with the food. Between the two of them and their assortment of diners, there’s far more being served up than just what’s on the menu.