Satirical comedy.

Greg Baldon, a businessman drives his new Mercedes home after a hard day at work. It was a stressful and depressing day. He had to fire that employee. Tomorrow won’t be any better. Others should do some of the worrying. Greg just wants to drive to the ocean and sail away.
He arrives home. The familiar garden gnome greets him. He breaks and feels how someone crashes into his car. Someone runs to him and starts shouting. Greg recognises his son, the employee he had fired today. Then Claire runs out of the house, she’s also shouting.
In a week Greg organises a meeting to make up with his son. And the audience will witness this meeting, that is – D. Williamson’s one act satire performed by VAT Theatre.

Premiere: March 23, 2001 in Tallinn City Theatre.

Author: David Williamson
Translators: Malle Klaassen and Peeter Raudsepp
Director: Peeter Raudsepp
Designer: Reili Evart
Performers: Garmen Tabor (Estonian Drama Theatre), Külli Palmsaar, Haide Männamäe, Tiina Rebane, Margus Tabor, Mart Kampus (Estonian State Puppet Theatre), Aare Toikka, Tanel Saar, Margo Teder, Janek Sarapson