Willy and Myrtle Casey, both 98, can't find their eleven year old grand-nephew Jimmy, and Myrtle is afraid that he's become hopelessly lost in the enormous stack of old pianos that Willy has been collecting in his barn for the last sixty or seventy years. The pianos are stacked up wildly everywhere, and Jimmy likes to climb on them like a monkey and play the ones at the top. Myrtle is especially annoyed about the pianos because the barn is so full that the cows keep coming into the house, and Willy can't even play the piano. But Willy believes that God has told him to collect all these old pianos, and is about to reveal to him somehow, through them, the secret of life.
Published in Darkpool & Other Plays.