In this poignant and sensitive analysis of sexual confusion, Bob Carter returns home to a college town during World War II with a dishonorable discharge. He was a passive participant in a homosexual act and is too ashamed to let anyone know. His sister has just reconsidered having an affair with Greg, a bi sexual soldier, so the frustrated Greg and Bob spend the night together. This second homosexual encounter leaves Bob confused and frightened with no one to turn to.
Published in Plays At Home and Abroad.
"Handled in depth, it proves the theatre is capable of ever expanding awareness of society's hitherto suppressed problems." - Backstage
"Affecting and well written...Beim's characters and dialogue ring true...An absorbing play." - Show Business