Kevin Murray directs Neil Simon’s funny-sad tale of mid-life boredom and sexual adventure concerning a schlemiel who yearns for an affair to relieve his dreary life at work. When he finds out his mother’s apartment will be empty one afternoon out of the week, the scheming begins. Simon wrote this right after 1968’s Summer of Love, when even the silent majority wanted to get in on the action. $29.50 adults/$15 students, 8pm, Cameo Theatre, 1123 E. Commerce, (210) 212-5454, cameocenter.com
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