What if there was a happy pill that could take away all the stresses and strains of life? That's the premise of Kate Fodor's "Rx". Deftly balancing sardonic shots at Big Pharma with a tender love story between a clinical researcher and a patient taking part in a drug trial, "The New York Times" hailed "Rx" as "a winning combination of light satire and romance." A romantic comedy for our overprescribed culture, "Rx" shows that the greatest antidepressant doesn't come in pill form. Enjoy this modern comedy at Portland's Twilight Theater Company.