From the author of The Dresser comes this wickedly funny, joyous play about art, the eccentricities of age, and the celebratory power of the human spirit. In a retirement home for aging musicians, two questions circle each other. One involves former opera stars who were once married, long ago and briefly. The other is about a gala that may be able to raise enough money to keep their home from closing. Will the complications of the first question derail the second?