This sharp observational comedy about two sisters living in different socioeconomic worlds dissects class conflict, ambition, and regret
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By most accounts, Simone has a good gig. For a healthy six-figure salary and a handsome clothing allowance she serves as the personal assistant to the trophy wife of a wealthy ad man on Martha’s Vineyard. All she really has to do is put up with her employer’s personality. But when Simone’s older sister Devon, a social worker from a blue-collar town, visits for a weekend, the barbs begin to fly. What results is a play about social class, sisterhood, ambition, and regret told with a biting wit.