I saw a production of Father's Day at Trinity Rep in late 1978 or early 1979 and I liked it very much. To my very young eyes, it was the epitome of Manhattan sophistication, with everyone drinking cocktails and making bitter wisecracks on an apartment terrace. One of the male characters is bisexual, which particularly got my attention. I've always chosen to never look back at it. I have a feeling it would seem awfully dated today, as it is about women who feel marooned because of their divorces.