In the words of the Herald-Tribune, "Irving Elman is dwelling on the plight of the American businessman who once had dreams of gay and adventurous independence, and now finds himself bound to a suburban family and a routine job. In a series of short, and for the most part, thoroughly engaging family scenes, he jolts [his businessman] into an awareness that he has wasted a good many years and a ridiculous amount of energy on idle and unrealistic mooning."
Produced on Broadway. "An extremely pleasant evening in the theater. It is funny, it is absorbing, and it is sometimes touching." —NY Herald-Tribune.