Becky Foster doesnít have a half-bad life; itís just stuck in neutral. She has a decent job at a car dealership, a solid husband and a freeloading psych-major son living in her basement. She isnít exactly unhappy. But she canít help but wonder what else is out there. Then an honest misunderstanding with a wealthy widower offers Becky the chance at an exciting double life. Things quickly accelerate out of her control, leaving a mountain of cover-ups along the way. Mishaps turn to mischief and Becky finds herself asking the audience for advice. Fasten your seat belt and enjoy the hilarity and U-turn plot twists as Becky leads us down the road less traveled.
"BECKY'S NEW CAR is a joy ride" -- The Boston Globe
"Consistently funnyóright up to the point that it's touching, and then even a little bit after that. BECKY'S NEW CAR takes the audience on a smart, comic cruise through the perils of middle-aged longing and regret." Ė- Variety
"Dietz has created a comedy of modern manners. . . one that derives as much power from its humanity as its fine-tuned craftsmanship." Ė- Seattle Times