When Ross Cameron's first novel sold his wife Alex gave up interior design to become a mother. When his second novel is rejected, Alex returns to the working world and he stays home to watch the baby. Female assertiveness and a male's fears for his masculinity have never been funnier than in this popular summer stock and dinner theater comedy that plays the role reversal theme from every angle.
"A good, funny play . . . racy and comic." - Peterborough Examiner, Ontario
"An outrageously funny farce. . . . A grand evening of good theatre and a sure cure for the blues." - Standard, St. Catherine, Ontario