Three short comedy plays by Neil Simon based on the stories by great Russian writer Anton Chekhov.
Hunter is about a charming man Peter, whose chief preoccupation is to entice married women. What is unusual about it is the way he does it. Can a man attract women in the absence of a mutual glance or without talking or even writing letters to her? He gives an instructional session on winning women and claims to be `The Greatest Seducer of all time`.
Hisaab - A father attempts to cheat his children`s governess out of her pay by making up offenses and damages for which the governess must `compensate`.
Humdard - A pandit visits the dentist complaining of a toothache, but the compounders zeal for his profession begins to frighten his patient.