The three-character work unfolds in a villa in Monte Carlo, just days before the Grand Prix is to take place. The play has been optioned by producer Rick Hobard.
Schwartz directed Golda's Balcony, the Off-Broadway hit that reopens on Broadway this fall. He will also probably pilot a new production of The Foreigner at the Roundabout Theatre Company later this season. Also coming up for Schwartz is a new national tour of Hair. This summer, he mounted a revival of Enter Laughing at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, where he is a regular. Among his early Off-Broadway successes with Bay Boy and tick, tick...BOOM!.
Theatrical Index reported that David Mitchell and Ken Billington had been mentioned for sets and lights, respectively.