Agoraphobia is the most cruelly ironic of conditions. In keeping you indoors, it forces you to become the ultimate outsider, a stranger even to your own family. Just ask the agoraphobe at the heart of Front Door Open, the new play from stage and screen vet Tom Baum that stars Joanna Miles (Emmy winner, Golden Globe nominee), David Selby (Dark Shadows, Falcon Crest), Anna Nicholas and Lizzy Rich. Does leaving the house mean leaving her 50-year marriage behind? When the woman's daughter and granddaughter pay an emergency visit, the family is forced to confront the ripple effects of her disability--on their personalities, their careers, their long-held secrets, and their sex lives. Asaad Kelada directs this brave look at a disorder that affects millions at Greenway Court Theatre.