A raucous birthing scene re-establishes Dr. Hoskins as the blundering physician least likely to continue in his profession, with uproarious proof. In a conclusive demonstration of the doctor’s ineptness the long awaited child arrives with a surprising turn of events.

Then, a final touching split stage scene poses the inevitable question: Will the couples remain in touch with one another?

With so many differences separating them, is there hope? In this farcical play, who knows?

But I found myself wondering this:

These gifted actors for weeks of rehearsal and then two intense performance hours have intimately interacted with one another. Together they take their well-deserved curtain call.

Then leave the stage to go their own individual ways … or do they?