“A tenderly drawn drama.” – The New York Times
“Dramatically compelling.”  – TimeOut NY
“Playwright Melissa Ross’ gentle, old-fashioned heart-tugger casts an insistent spell.” – NY Daily News


In suburban Massachusetts in 1984, thirty seven year old Josephine Rosen has a dead end job, still lives with her mother, and has settled into the uncomfortable comfort of an unintended spinsterhood. But when a chance flirtation with an old classmate and a new friendship at work give her hope for the possibility of change, she dusts off the Jane Fonda tapes, and begins to take tentative steps towards a new life. A play about the tragedy and joy of figuring out who you are and letting go of who you were supposed to be. A new play by Melissa Ross (Thinner Than Water).

Photos by Monique Carboni