A Gap in Generations is a slapstick type comedy that Mr. Saeker quite accurately described as such; "It's like a three ring circus in a single ring." There was a plot, but much of the time there would also be several other skits going on as well. Since I was only a very minor character, I got to do some of those skits.
Here's the plot as accurately as I can give it to you:
The whole thing is centered around two main characters who were both quite old. They both thought that they were going to die, and planned on arranging a marriage between their child, and the other's.
That's it. Pretty shallow, huh? The main focus was on the clowns anyway, so there was really not much of a need for a great plot. Mixed in with this was some horrid singing, gaudy clothing, raunchy language and circus-like tricks. We had trapezes, unicycles, balloon animals, juggling, acrobatics, magic tricks, and pretty much everything short of a live felines. You should have seen it.