In this sequel to MARK ROBERT GORDON's memory play of the 1980s Did You Evuh?, Denver's Silver family prepares for the Passover holiday, but unlike the meaning of the seder dinner's order everything at this home is out-of-order as the elderly are the young and the restless, the middle aged learn where they as babies came from, the up-and-coming generation share their vast life experiences, and the chakras and doghouse are opened for all!
(4 males: ages 80s, 58, 25, 17; 4 females: ages 80s, 50s, 50s-60s (Indian), 22)