Gary Vincent, a famous novelist with political ambitions, is persuaded by his campaign manager to conceal his homosexuality by marrying his secretary, a lesbian. Gary finds, to his amazement, that he is closet heterosexual and he falls in love, not with his wife who has fallen in love with him, but with the young daughter of a political boss. His homosexual past comes to haunt him when his bride discovers his past.
Published in Plays At Home and Abroad.
"A comedy that spoofs politics in a deliciously witty and fun filled way." - Entertainment
"Beim is a sensitive writer, able to view the controversial issues of today with gentle humor and compassion." - Show Business
"A funny comedy." - Chicago Press