Written by one of the authors of JUNE MAD, EVER SINCE EVE, HARRIET, and other best-selling plays in collaboration with a well-known scenarist. It tells the story of Joan Cameron, a girl whose life has been divided between North and South America. Starting upon the eve of her wedding-day, when she suddenly finds herself worried about her choice of bride-groom, it goes back and relives her school life and her love story, which is also the story of Spike Harrison, a typical athletic product of U.S., and the impish, lovable Ricardo Fernandez Calderon de Alvarado, an equally typical product of his homeland, Peru. Until the last minute the audience cannot guess which of the two boys Joan has decided to marry, or, indeed, whether the marriage will take place at all. But a quick twist brings a solution which is both unexpected and satisfying. Full of color and laughter, this play has something of importance to say and says it with both charm and originality.