This is the story of Junie Moon and her friends, Arthur and Warren. Each has been tragically handicapped but each has retained the strength and humor they desperately need in their search for a fulfilling life. Meeting in a hospital, they decide to pool their meager resources and face the world together. The play tells of their adventures, sad and happy, comic and tragic. The New York Times called Junie Moon "...most affecting work...funny, sardonic, more often tender." One int., one ext. set.