A single set, three character, two act play

It was produced in three cities and got the kind of response from the audience one usually only can hope for.

Jerry Stein in The Cincinnati Post wrote this about it: "The Cincinnati playwright Joel Selmeier displays some theatrical knowledge that often eludes other writers: a sliver of life can become a big chunk of theater. . . The playwright displays a bevy of strengths. He especially knows how to weave a plot so that the three characters . . . become so developed that interest is replaced by affection for them."

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