Suspense builds when two women are thrown together in a motel in Iowa. Sandra, a young Jew from New York, is there to be near her dying father. Edna, the proprietress, is a fanatically religious right winger of pioneer stock. Her motel is failing and her only relative is a Viet Nam casualty. Grudgingly, Edna registers Sandra and gradually reveals her deep hostility towards her and the world she represents. An uncanny tension mounts as Edna blames Sandra for her misfortunes and the play sweeps forward to its menacing conclusion. In Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 4th Series.