“Do you want more children, Elizabeth? That is a tactless question, you don’t need to answer, forgive me, sometimes I say whatever is in my head.”
A contemporary comedy of manners which explores sexual harassment, misplaced amour, and the possibility of a four sided love triangle.
Jane tells the story of the time she saw a production of ‘Peter Pan’
Jennifer’s monologue from David Marshall Grant’s play, ‘Snakebit’
The woman tells a story of hitting a guy in the supermarket while shopping for tuna fish
The Man talks about getting hit in a supermarket by a woman
The Man talks about his father… and food
Johnny tells Frankie about the time he almost lost his virginity
Edith, absent minded and caring, comes back to greet Jane.
Dr. Stuart Framingham, a therapist who slept with Prudence