Marc Camoletti's sequel to the French sex farce Boeing-Boeing.
Comments from published critics
‘‘[Kayden] takes on a series of ever-more-outrageous personas depending on who is in the room. ''I should get an Oscar for this,' she says at one point. (Perhaps she'll settle for a Tony nomination.)’’
‘‘Dinner is more sit-commy in its plotting, without any aspirations other than goofy comedy and sexual leering, but it still provides a healthy bunch of laughs in the process.’’
‘‘William Ivey Long delivers with sumptuous costumes: bespoke striped suits, tuxes, a fur coat, French maid outfits, dinner gowns, and, yes, dressing gowns that reek of wealth and high thread counts.’’
‘‘Making the most of her rich opportunities, the gifted Kayden is a sober Plain Jane one minute and a rubber-limbed, Cointreau-soaked vamp the next, joining [Ben Daniels] in a killer tango.’’
‘‘Ms. Kayden is very funny in her sniffing acceptance of the absurd behavior of her employers.’’