This boisterously acted comedy, based on a tiresome coming-of-age play, misuses the talents of a consummate ensemble. Even the likes of Marlo Thomas, Elliott Gould and Harvey Fierstein make this hokum about a Jewish American Princess who blames her every problem on romantic fiascos feel credibile. Pianist Claire Goldstein (Alicia Witt) graduates from the San Francisco Conservatory with the promise of a fine concert career ahead. But Claire falls apart when her live-in beau, Jeremy (Zachary Kranzler), dumps her. Despite her friends' efforts to fix her up and despite the career encouragement of her gay music professor, Bennett (Harvey Fierstein), Claire remains a confu...