Lynette is a suburban housewife with a terrible secret. Greeting her children for her birthday, she has a chance to recognize her children's faults and her own shortcomings and to reach out. She will tell them about her involvement with a historic event over thirty years earlier. Lynette's inner and outer life have been out of synch, and her final act cracks the surface forever, making it possible for Lynette to unearth her buried self at last.
"…a solidly engaging show." —New City Chicago. "…an intriguing portrait of the impact that Kennedy's death had on a nation by showing us the remnants of a nuclear family, 30 years later…a thought-provoking, well-acted meditation on what we've all become." —Phoenix New Times. "After a plethora of new American plays aimed at the solar plexus, it is gratifying to find one that appeals to the mind." —Guardian (London). "For those millions who are still desperate to get to the bottom of what really happened in Dallas in November 1963 or still worship JFK, FRAME 312 should prove thought-provoking." —British Theatre Guide.