Sam Feinschreiber is having a bad day. After just one year of marriage, already his wife Hennie is treating him like dirt. "Hennie could kill in the bed," Sam complains. Now he's learned that he's not the father of their three-month-old child. In despair, Sam has rushed to his in-laws for advice. "I'm so nervous," he confesses. "Two times I weighed myself on the subway station." The action onstage pauses long enough for Sam's weight and fortune to be read and discussed. This slightly preposterous interlude is quintessential Clifford Odets, whose character-driven stories of barren lives are suffused with... More >>>