Ever wonder whether you’d be happier living in a simpler era? In playwright Jordan Harrison’s dark comedy, Maple & Vine, that’s the wager made by two stressed-out 21st-century types, Katha and Ryu, who together decide to forgo modern conveniences — iPhones included! — in exchange for an authentic 1950s lifestyle, complete with a job at the factory, a ranch-style home and Tupperware parties.Is their nostalgia really warranted? Will Katha and Ryu’s trade grant them freedom, or steal it? What will they give up, and what will they gain? There’s only one way to find out.