“In Theater 9/12's delightfully absurd new production, the scene is set before the play begins, with "Cherish," "Downtown," "Happy Together" and other '60s pop songs providing an overture that revives memories of the period...  While very little of the plot is believable, the director, Charles Waxberg, quickly establishes a cartoonish style that keeps you from asking too many questions...It's also timeless. "Keeping up with the Joneses" is not foreign to any era. Neither are racism and anti-Semitism, which are used to reveal the true nature of the neighbors who challenge Richard and Jenny and mock the bookish Roger.”