As this unusual, warm and winning comedy begins, Sabrina, a woman in her fifties, is at a funeral home to play her respects to her dearest and oldest friend, Connie. A flashback moves the scene to the 1960s when both women were teenagers meeting for the first time. Sabrina's name then was Wanda Goodman she changed it after seeing an Audrey Hepburn movie and Connie was still Madeleine she changed her name in homage to Connie Francis. The play follows Connie and Sabrina as they grow up, grow older, grow apart, and grow back together, all against the social backdrop of American life and culture. This is a wry, sometimes sentimental and moving, always funny look at a lifelong friendship between two delightful women. One actor and one actress play numerous supporting roles from the principal to the parents, from beaux to buriers. Audiences will laugh and be moved by this engaging, offbeat story.