Premieres at Bristol Riverside Theatre Spring 2020 (postponed)
By Ken Kaissar A prosthetics manufacturing company that is hell-bent on revolutionizing the field by introducing the first prosthesis to interface with brain signals and nerve endings is about to debut their new product, designed for the presumptive GOP nominee for president. Unfortunately, the leg, which is supposed to respond to the amputee’s conscious mind (allowing him to wiggle his toes, flex his ankles, etc.) seems to be responding instead to the subconscious mind (uncontrollably kicking people the amputee doesn’t like, playing footsy with the people he does, and generally asserting itself inappropriately).
The manufacturers know how to fix it; they just need a bit more money to do so. Millionaire Charles Griffin III is their ticket to success. But when Charles tells his deeply religious Ukrainian maid that the company’s CFO is transgender, and then his wife tells him that she may be a lesbian, and thenhis bisexual mistress tells him she’s pregnant, and then it turns out that the one-legged model (who used to be a priest) was once married to Charles’ wife, and the presumptive GOP nominee for president is having a torrid affair with the gay robotic engineer, they set in motion a chain of events that send the characters chasing each other across boundaries of gender, sexuality and undergarments of all shapes and sizes.