Winner! 1977 New York Drama Critics Award
An investment advisor in fine art encounters an Armenian fruit and vegetable merchant in the roof garden of a New York hospital. Through intensive probing, the cancer stricken Armenian unravels the paralyzing truth about his companion the price he paid to survive the Holocaust.
"Graceful, intelligent and worthwhile." - New York Times
"Extraordinary wit.... funny, assertive and entertaining." - New York Post
"A theatre experience to be treasured." - Christian Science Monitor