The play’s structure is as kitschy as its East Village diner set- formica tables, vinyl booths, glass bloc cutaway onto Warner Bros. noir exteriors. The rainmaking was fab and Patsy and Elvis are on the pastel bulb jukebox. The Wilma should consider installing it in the lobby. Other than a few heavy drama drapes, this play is a gas man A great fantasy sequence. A silent hint- it’s dancey, honky, snorty and has a song medley from, among others, Doris Day, Gene Kelly and Ethel Merman.