2 men, 3 women
60 minute play
Every weekday morning, Harry waits for his sister, Rose in Fanny’s Deli in the Lower East Side of New York City. She’s always late, though the excuse may vary; he’s always happy with any flavor of Danish, a coffee, and a lottery ticket. Once again, he owes his bookie money and Rose is helping him out with a loan, or, more likely, a gift. At this rate, getting out of his current situation is going to take divine intervention. Or at least an Angel.
This is a character study of five lives, each of which affects the lives of the others.
About the playwright: Arthur Keyser, who started writing plays at the age of 80, is an award-winning author of four full length plays, one forty-minute one act play, and twenty-four short plays…and counting! See his popular collection, Short Plays by the Dozen.