directed by David Epstein


In Bosoms and Neglect, Scooper, a thrice-weekly psychiatric patient, meets Deirdre, a woman with a five-visits-a-week therapy habit, in the waiting room of their shared psychiatrist. When their doctor goes on vacation, they turn to each other and begin an impassioned affair that gives new dimension to the phrase "crazy in love." Ultimately the lovers, along with Scooper's ailing mother (who waves a plastic statue of St. Jude around in an attempt to heal herself) land in the hospital where all else unravels save for the bandages. The New York Post called this 1978 pre-Prozac Manhattan comedy about love and psychotherapy "screamingly clever, sharp and jet-set."


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Theatre/Venue Interborough Repertory Theater 

154 Christopher St.  New York

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