Winner! Texas Interscholastic League Contest Finals, First Place
Concerns the first romance of a boy and a girl in high school. The play's four scenes correspond to the seasons of the year; and each season represents a stage in the couple's romance, spring being when they meet and winter when they part. Each season is introduced by two small choruses which, in a mood of light humor and fantasy, tease and scold and provide contrast to the light drama of the romance. They also act incidental roles in the story and perform stagehand duties. .