It's an easy to tour, assembly-length play offering an engaging lesson in learning to share and to live together. Pepper and Zacharias are two clowns. They each possess a box/ house/space -- a private space which each refuses to share with the other. Their boxes are unique and each quite interesting in their own peculiar way. Suddenly, a pompous, overbearing Drum Major appears and decides he likes both boxes. He uses Pepper's and Zacharias's competitive natures to pit them against each other so that he can steal their boxes. However, they magically acquire one new box, which they learn to share and enjoy together. An important children's work, but more importantly, a delightful, entertaining play.