By Stephen Sinclair and Danny Mulheron
“The funniest NZ play I have ever seen!” Denis Welch, NZ Listener, November 1989.
Outrageous farce ensues when Anna arranges to have a meeting of her women’s poetry group at her flat. Her boyfriend, Matthew, the newly appointed sexual harassment officer at the University, is accepted as an honorary woman for the occasion, but things go badly awry when his cousin, Brent, arrives from Palmerston North, armed with beer and sex videos and looking for a good time in the city.
“Extremely funny.” Dominion Post, October 1989.