A New York cop and his estranged rich surgeon brother meet for the first time in 18 years in a brownstone attic to sell off their parents' furniture. The brothers are party to revelation after revelation, by which they slowly come to realize the consequences of their past decisions. Suddenly the cost of the pieces of furniture before them seems no weightier than that of the choices they made so long ago.
Please familiarize with one of the following audition excerpts:
Victor (from bottom of pg 33-35) “I think it’s what you just said… …The respect you know what I mean, and why not? Why not?"
Walter (from pg 56-57) "Oh, I owned three nursing homes… ….is that you helped me understand myself.”
Esther (from pg 14-15) “Then why don’t you write a letter to Walter… …. You go to hell.”
Solomon (from pg 25-27) “So we wouldn’t be buddies…. I’m giving you architectural facts."