by Allan Knee
directed by Christopher McElroen
with Dana Watkins and PJ Sosko
They set out to invent a new world- and almost did. 'Everything different" was their credo. They were fresh and wildly alive. They were like the beginning of time. They were romantic and smart and funny and sad and hungry. They were Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Sayre, and Ernest Hemingway. They were originals. They were The Jazz Age. There was nothing like them before-and nothing like them since.