Ann's bridal shower marks the end of a near perfect day for her, more so in that she that much closer to being Mrs. Donald Hollinger. The bridal shower also marks the end of a troubled week for Donald, who has such an extreme case of cold feet that he doesn't know if he wants to get married at all, be it to Ann or anyone else. Jerry can sense that Donald is troubled. Once Donald confides to Jerry, Jerry tries to tell him, from his own experience, that his feelings are natural. Jerry also tries to help him get over it by volunteering to do many of the wedding tasks. But Jerry's measures don't help. Donald ends up snapping at every little thing that Ann says and does, which leads to Donald finally telling her that he doesn't want to get married. It further leads to an argument and them breaking up. A despondent and depressed Ann tries to figure out what she did wrong while trying to move on with life without the love of her life. But time and a look into a future without Ann courtesy of... Written by
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The title used a theatrical term meaning a play that is only scheduled for a limited time period of days or weeks instead of a usual open ended run that lasts as long as the play is popular. The title also used that fact that the main character is in the theater and that she is having second thoughts about her engagement. See more
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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