Moving profiles the friendship of two quite different women over twelve years. Act 1 finds Megan helping Diana, a bright recent college graduate from Philadelphia move into her first New York apartment and cope with the realities of self sufficiency. Six years later Act 2, Megan, a lusty lapsed Catholic, is moving into a loft following a devastating divorce. Six more years pass. As Act 3 opens, Diana, now an anthropology professor, is moving into a charming village apartment. She and Megan are now in their mid thirties. While their priorities have changed and their relationship has deepened, their possibilities are no longer limitless. They feel they must settle, have families and be what they have rebelled against before they lose their chance.