Novelist and first-time playwright Suzanne Glass has discovered an arresting metaphor: Her milliner Wolfgang Georg (Michel Gill) dwells in a hat-mad world. A set of disembodied hats, lavishly realized by Lynne Mackey, even occasionally frames the stage. What Glass's play crucially lacks is, so to speak, something on which to hang all those hats. To be sure, Wolfgang has his issues. His strained relations with women and his passions for fabric and colors both... More >>>