Two friends are discussing which play to go and see.
A: Would you like to go to the theater next week when you're in Seattle?
B: Yes, I'd like to do that. Do you know what's on?
A: Let me have a look ... theaters ... mmm... let me see. There's a new production of Romeo and Juliet. That's on at the Riverside Theater.
B: It's very long. I'm not sure that I feel like sitting through four hours of Shakespeare. What else is there?
A: There's Barefoot in the Park. That's on at the Lincoln Theater.
B: That's by Neil Simon, isn't it?
A: That's right. I saw it last month. It's very good and very funny.
B: But you wouldn't want to see it again, would you?
A: No, not particularly.
B: Is there anything else?
A: There's a new play called The Head of the Snake.
B: What's that about?
A: I can't remember. But it's had good reviews. And Sally Bench is in it.
B: She's good.
A: I see it's only on for two more weeks. Shall I see if I can get tickets for it?
B: Yes, do. I'd like to see that.
A: I'll call up the theater now. It's on at the Arts Theater, so that's easy to get to.