1929. Goodbye Paris is a musical-comedy set in Lost Generation Paris. Our characters are young, ambitious and entangled in a web of conflicts driven by ambition, art and complex explorations of sexual fluidity. Kay Boyle is a star-struck writer in a narcissistic community where everybody is writing about themselves, therefore desperate to live interesting lives. It's a laugh riot until conflict between a closeted Hemingway and his ex-lover Robert McAlmon kicks the ant hill over.
1972. The Bricklin was a high performance sports car designed by the creator of the Batmobile. It was favorably compared to the Corvette and featured in Playboy Magazine. But those damn gull-wing doors wouldn’t open and the whole dream crashed in political scandal and bankruptcy. This fast-paced, rock and disco-driven musical comedy about three guys and a girl who fall in love with a sports car made the front page of the NYT Wheels section. Take it for a test drive and find out why.