A woman of thirty years has sacrificed life and romance in order to rear the younger members of her family. Her young sister, 18, is the last of the line and her last worry. One summer romance does enter this woman's life from three directions: the dance instructor who lives upstairs, a mournful trumpet player in another wing, and a brash guy with a cream-colored Jaguar who dates the younger sister but has his eye on the older. He manages to create a furor in this house of smothered emotions. In the original cast of this, the fifth Broadway play by Mr. Nash, were Shelley Winters and Pat Hingle.
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