Three Jewish widows meet once a month for tea before going to visit their husbands’ graves. The play is about friendship, humor and love.
In this mysterious romantic comedy, Christmas turns into a “Dickens” of a holiday for Cactus O’Riley as she solves mysteries, delivers small miracles and takes a second chance on love and sleuthing.
When Samuel and Laura announce plans to live together, their children hit the ceiling. In this comedy, all ends well for the elderly twosome, but not before the entire second generation is in nervous fits.
Gussie Richardson, a famous food columnist and cookbook author with stage fright is offered her own daily network TV show. Then, a comical food fight almost ends the show and her marriage.
Just prior to the civil rights movement, Daisy, a rich, sharp-tongued widow is informed by her son that she must rely on the services of Hoke, a black man hired as her chauffeur. Over time, the two come to realize they have more in common than they ever believed possible.
The Holloway brothers’ string of casual restaurants is failing, and youngest brother Rollie owes money to every bookie in town. They need to sell the family beach house to recapitalize the business; but, deceased brother Fred is haunting the place!