W. J. Wallace a.k.a "Eddie Adams," was an outlaw famous for shooting policemen. He was, legend has it, betrayed by his girlfriend Megal Mulhaney. He died in a shoot out in Wichita. His betrayal and final moments inspire a rollicking comedy on the war of the sexes. In vignettes, supplied with commentary by the Fairy Godmother of Wichita, we learn most American men dream of being the outlaw type, answerable only to themselves. Unfortunately, most American women, the play informs us, exist to shoot down such fantasies.