Two "wretchedly happy married women," Julia and Jane stir up all kinds of sexy trouble -- and many, many cocktails -- in Noël Coward's naughty comedy Fallen Angels. Bored silly by high society, these best friends are delighted when a mutual ex-lover drifts back into town, bringing with him hints of adventure and reigniting their shared desire for his many charms. Written when Coward was only 25 years old, this Jazz Age jewel still sparkles with some of his craftiest lines and cleverest jokes. A piece of comedy heaven, Fallen Angels premiered at the Globe Theatre in 1925 and went on to Broadway success. Now, Greenhouse Theater Center performs it in all its hedonistic, Roaring Twenties glory.