A brilliant and beautiful investment banker makes illegal profits of eighteen million dollars from insider trading and uses it to build housing for the homeless. Shortly before her trial, she ferrets out the foremost criminal attorney of the era to persuade him to abandon his retirement in a Kentucky monastery to defend her. This play is about them: their struggles with themselves, with each other, with the law and with her unusual defense.
"Stirs the conscience while entertaining the spirit." - Los Angeles Times
"A wonderfully entertaining play! Smart, funny and always compelling." - WCBS TV
"An off beat, audacious comedy, well worth seeing." - WNBC TV
"Caustic, bitingly funny ... [with] fascinating, complex characters." - Orange County Register