Oh my. Four-part harmonies as tight as Scarlett O'Hara's corset draw you into Arizona Onstage Production's "Forever Plaid." What keeps you hanging on to the play: The humor, the songs and, especially, the awkward personalities of these four young men who have been long-dead but are given one chance to return to Earth to give the concert they never got a chance to give.

"Forever Plaid" is a trip back in time, when songs were slow and spoke of unrequited love, or splendid love or 16 tons. And a delicious trip it is.

Full review in Thursday's Caliente. But don't wait until then to get your tickets — this one is selling fast, and for good reason. Get them at arizonaonstage.org