A tour de force interweaving two syncopated monologues through seven scenes in the adjoining offices of two marriage counselors at a crisis center. The two characters never meet, and the audience is addressed as the counselors. Bob White, the common man on his white charger, is the victim of a perfect wife; love and happiness have driven him mad. Macie Thompson, "Miss Everywoman," has been driven to the wall by a husband who wants her to grow old - and whom she can't do anything to please, though she tries everything.
"A witty exercise that examines ... our 20th century paranoia ... a masterfully understated indictment." - Los Angeles Times
"They are interwoven so cleverly that you can see the similarities of the two characters' problems, yet you are listening to two separate stories. Lee's insight into marriage...is brilliant." - Dramalogue.