This timely work stresses the independence of a woman seeking a deity who, by a misunderstanding of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, becomes female in her mind. Challenging science and static dogma, it concerns itself with the racial question. And it is quite hilarious throughout. First presented in New York, it became an instant success and has since been done by colleges and other groups. Can be performed under the most rudimentary conditions and should prove to be as popular in performance as Don Juan in Hell.