The Dining room is set in an ordinary, uptight household. The area where any family came together everyday daily or for any occasion. The play is a labyrinth of cross-related scenes. All of which consist of comic relief, sorrow, or jealousy. If placed together, it may portray the image of the vanishing American culture: the upper-middle-class WASP. The actors change parts, morals and ages with expert skill as they show what they can do. It may be a little boy. It may be a conservative grandfather. Even hormonal teenagers to Irish governesses. Each character shows us new sets of things. In a smooth yet complex way, the scenes coalesce, turning the performance into a theatrical experience of a lifetime.
Includes young adult, adult, mature adult, child, late teen, early teen, elderly characters