Winner! 1990 American College Theatre Festival, Best New Play
In the underground labyrinths of the soul stalk these creatures. A mother and a daughter, both seeking fulfillment from fleeting strangers the mother, from a man who brings her a bottle of wine, and lies abed with her with all his clothes on, and who stays on, perhaps to teach the daughter a lesson; the daughter, from a youth with a penchant for theft and sex and with a comrade dedicated to rapine. Scenes jump with startling alacrity and repositionings, as the harried daughter, with dreams of beauty and song, finds instead the bondages of S & M and evil, amid fugitive males.